TSA Targets “Smoking Hot” Woman for Naked Scan; Fondles Children

Are these Transportation security authorities looking for terrorists or a hard on? Why would 19 agents and police officers need to handle — and watch — a 20-something woman who happens to be ‘smoking hot’ get her breasts squeezed and twisted?

Children are fondled, too. Three-year-old Mandy Simon screams, “STOP TOUCHING ME” when a woman searches her for weapons.

When law enforcement personnel can’t tell the difference between a terrorist and a three-year-old child, they need to go back to investigation school. One commenter captures my sentiment:

“3-yr-old child, terrorist or pedophile’s wet dream? TSA cannot tell the difference.”

“I don’t know what is more disgusting — the TSA agent messing with a three year old or the father’s rationalization of and acquiescence in her molestation. ‘Sensitivity training suggested?’ WTF. My parents had their faults and shortcomings but I really don’t think my mother would hold me so I could be groped by a government goon and my father would stand there and record it on his cell phone. Their generation sacrificed too much to ensure crap like this didn’t happen here.”

Pilots are objecting, too. The president of the US Airways Pilots Association objects to the “far reaching, intrusive” measures taken by the Transportation Safety Authority and issued a warning to its pilot members:

One US Airways pilot, after being selected for an enhanced pat-down, experienced a frisking that has left him unable to function as a crewmember. The words this pilot used to describe the incident included ‘sexual molestation,’ and in the aftermath of trying to recover, this pilot reported that he had literally vomited in his own driveway while contemplating going back to work and facing the possibility of a similar encounter with the TSA. This is a very serious situation…

TSA can’t seem to figure out how to do its job without invading every right protected under the US Constitution. This isn’t authority; these are criminals.

This audio link is from a gentleman who secretly taped TSA agents who demanded to know where he got $4,700 found in his belongings. TSA knew they were in the wrong because not one of those thugs could cite a law requiring the man to answer such a question.

Of course, the scanners are dangerous. Dr. William Douglas writes in High-tech strip search packs massive radiation punch that “the Columbia University’s Center for Radiological Research says it’s because the X-rays don’t distribute evenly. Instead, they concentrate on the skin, which is extremely sensitive to radiation — and that opens up the possibility of chromosome damage and even cancer.”

Worse, children are more sensitive to X-rays.

Refuse scanners. Opt out. Even better, boycott air travel. One organization getting much attention now is We Won’t Fly.

And, let’s not forget that former homeland security secretary Michael Chertoff is the founder of the Chertoff Group, a security consulting firm whose clients include manufacturers of full-body scanners.

“Mr. Chertoff should not be allowed to abuse the trust the public has placed in him as a former public servant to privately gain from the sale of full-body scanners,’’ opined Kate Hanni, founder of FlyersRights.org, which opposes use of the scanners.

Chertoff’s group represents Rapiscan, a California based firm “which until recently was the only company qualified to sell full-body scan machines to the TSA.” Last summer, “TSA purchased 150 machines from Rapiscan with $25 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds.”

A better name might be RapeScan.

In July, a privacy advocacy group, Electronic Privacy Information Center, filed a lawsuit to suspend the use of such machines. EPIC uncovered 35,000 naked images that have been stored and transmitted by such technologies.

Alex Jones calls the scanners and sexual assault by TSA, “slave training,” and has covered the issue extensively. He reported that authorities plan to use these tactics at stadiums, as well. In February, InfoWars‘ Kurt Nimmo revealed:

“Claims on behalf of authorities that naked body scanner images are immediately destroyed after passengers pass through new x-ray backscatter devices have been proven fraudulent after it was revealed that naked images of Indian film star Shahrukh Khan were printed out and circulated by airport staff at Heathrow in London.”

People need to boycott air travel. The only way to hurt corporations is in their pockets. Money is the only language they understand.

Do not let people fondle you or your children – this is a very basic human right. Travel should not involve sexual or physical assault. No one should be searched without credible probable cause. Resist.

“The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppose.” Frederick Douglass

Rady Ananda began blogging in 2004. Her work has appeared in several online and print publications, including three books on election fraud. Most of her career was spent working for lawyers in research, investigations and as a paralegal. She graduated from The Ohio State University’s School of Agriculture with a B.S. in Natural Resources. Read other articles by Rady.

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  1. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 12:23pm #

    Good article. Like with the drug testing of employment applicants (remember the opposition to that?), this body scanning rubbish is another way for the hitler wannabees to further oppress people. And naturally, ziofascism, inc. is fully integrated into this scam.

  2. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 12:27pm #

    Sibel Edmonds also has an excellent commentary on this subject on her Boiling Frogs site:

    The Not So Gradual Degradation Of A Nation

    Tuesday, 9. November 2010

    Paying To Be Raped


  3. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 12:44pm #

    The good news is that people are not putting up with this ziofascist/fascist crap the way they did with the pre-employment drug testing, they’re speaking out about it and raising hell. This man refused the x-rays and gropings then video taped and wrote up his experiences on his blog. The videos are up on youtube and linked to his site. These are making the rounds and even ap did a short piece on the man’s experiences.

    Hopefully, this wont blow over and we can drive cheroff’s ziofascist perverts out business.

    Till then, I’m boycotting american airports.

  4. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 12:46pm #

    I forgot a link to John Tyner’s blog in the comment above:


  5. j30 said on November 15th, 2010 at 1:47pm #

    yeah, it’s rather disgusting what these perverts deem appropriate. It’s slave training.

    Well, on Nov. 24th, there a national opt out day, where activists are targeting airports around the nation with a protest.

    I wrote about John Tyner’s piece on Sunday (DV hasn’t yet posted it). See TSA promises $10,000 fine for refusing sexual assault.

    ~ Rady

  6. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 7:45pm #

    Took a look at ap again and they have an even longer story running on public anger over chertoff’s perverts. They even mentioned protests in Germany against these scanners – I didn’t know these were in place there, also. The ap story spends a lot of time giving the ziofascist/fascist officials propaganda lines, but they also gave a lot of space to the views of those protesting, including the fact the radiation from the scanners could be harmful. From reading the article, one gathers that the opposition is quite widespread. The public outcry is forcing the zionist run corporate media to take notice and they are afraid to be seen fully backing these would be rapists, so they are doing a rare thing, giving the other side’s views (IE: the non-ziofascist/fascist side) a decent hearing. This is good.

    Scanners and pat-downs upset airline passengers


  7. hayate said on November 15th, 2010 at 10:13pm #

    Interesting, Roberts worked the following into a comparison between usa and Myanmar guvs he just wrote:

    “If truth be known, there is more justice in Burma under the military regime than in the USA. The military regime put Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest in her own home.

    The military regime did not throw her into a dungeon and rape and torture her under cover of false allegations and indefinite detention without charges. Moreover, the military “tyrants” released her either as a sign of good will or under pressure from international human rights groups, or some combination of the two.

    But, alas, in America macho tough guys approve the virtual strip search of their wives and daughters by full body scanners and the grouping by TSA thugs of three-year old children screaming in terror.”

    The Stench of American Hypocrisy
    Eyes Only on Burma



    Roberts is a rightwinger, though sometimes I wonder…. ;D

  8. j30 said on November 15th, 2010 at 11:52pm #

    wow, I never got around to reading Roberts’ article till now – I am so THRILLED he addressed this issue so bluntly.

    I’ve listened to him on the radio, and he is a very mild-spoken man.

  9. hayate said on November 16th, 2010 at 12:23am #


    He’s often quite outspoken on things like this. My impression of him is that the last decade or so of complete zionist/american lawlessness and depravity has completely disgusted him.