The Good News

Helen Whalen Cohen
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Posted: Nov 23, 2010 9:19 AM
Uh oh. We could all be in for the Tyner treatment this Wednesday. CBS reports:
Airport travelers are being told that the sometimes invasive security measures are not optional once they enter the checkpoint line – and if they refuse the procedure they may be facing a $11 thousand fine.

If a person refuses to be searched, not only are they not going to get on the plane, the site says, but they may find themselves unable to leave the airport and in a face-to-face meeting with law enforcement.
But there's a silver lining-TSA Administrator John Pistole says there's no need for cavity searches. Lucky us.

TSA=Thank You Sir, May I Please Have Another