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None dare call it treason

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

TSA - Terrorist Searching Americans (instead of) AST - Americans Searching Terrorist

The new face of Terrorism
She triggered alarms of profiles that fit a terrorist

Your Socialist Government at work

If you think the U.S. Government is concern for you safety against terrorism, you're sadly mistaken. They are only concern about their own security for they see Americans as the real threat to them. You ask why? We have a government who's goal is the destruction of America and the bringing about of a One World Government and Religion. They have trashed the U.S. Constitution and Bill Of Rights. They work to ban all aspects of Christianity. They have spend the last 60 years brainwashing our children and changing our history. They have destroyed the economic and financial stability of the U.S.. As more Americans see thru their lies, the more they need to protect themselves from us until they achieve their goals.

ABC World News
June 27, 2011
A woman who objected to airport screeners she claims insisted that her ailing 95-year-old mother remove her adult diaper claimed today that airport security then insisted that the daughter also undergo frisking, which prevented her from escorting her mother to the plane.

Jean Weber of Destin, Fla., said the TSA
lied when they issued a statement today denying that they demanded Weber's mother, Lena Reppert, remove her diaper so a thorough body search could be conducted.

Reppert, who weighs 105 pounds and suffers from leukemia, was at Northwest Florida Regional Airport on June 18. Her daughter brought her to the airport so that her mother could travel to relatives in Michigan who were going to care for her.

Having her mother endure such an embarrassing search upset Weber. "I was in tears, just sobbing," Weber told ABCNews.com today.

Weber said her mother was "stoic" throughout the ordeal that lasted about an hour and says the elderly woman remained calm. The search began in a glass cubicle next to the security line, but was moved into a private room.

Weber says her crying, however, triggered another alarm and a suspicious behavior specialist was brought in due to her emotional response.

TSA Defends Frisking 95-Year-Old Woman
"They stood me up and patted me up and down and all over" Weber says.

A TSA spokesperson said the agency could not comment on the cirumstances of this particular situation, but said the TSA does have behavior detection officers. However, "The TSA would not indicate [to a passenger] what behaviors would trigger and necessitate behavior detection officers to take further action such as additional screening," according to the spokesperson.
Read the rest: http://abcnews.go.com/US/tsa-denies-forcing-elderly-woman-remove-diaper-daughter/story?id=13939865

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