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TSA Manhandles Disabled Three-Year-Old in Wheelchair, Offers No Explanation

DaleHogue Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 4:47 PM
This is the way I handled the type of stuff the TSA agents hand out at the airport before being allowed to enter the flight passenger area: I told the agent that I will never again fly anywhere in or out of the United States of America where TSA agents are allowed to touch the passengers or view their bodies on a screen. If at all possible, I believe that every American should refuse to fly anywhere on any plane that flies out of any American airport. I quit flying in or out of any American airport 5 years ago. I will next fly out of an airport in America when there are no TSA agents working in these airports.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 9:08 PM
Here's one way around the scanner/gropeathon. Travel with a pet, which you carry through a metal detector (the carrier sans pet goes through the X-ray with your other luggage). They do swab you for explosives, which is tricky because with Fluffy or Fido in your arms you're supposed to show your palms for this (and besides what would their life be like if they weren't bureaucrats who could order you to do something difficult), but once that test passes you are free to go.

The Transportation Security Administration is apparently not content with fondling America’s private parts or administering airport prostate exams. They have now uncovered a more nefarious kind of terror threat – three-year-old girls confined to wheelchairs.

Nathan Forck and his wife Annie, along with their three children were heading to Disney World for a family vacation. Lucy, their three-year-old, has Spina bifida and is confined to a wheelchair.

The family managed to make it through the TSA checkpoint at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport without any problems. But as they prepared to walk to their gate, a TSA agent pulled aside Lucy for...