(NaturalNews) TSA agents stand accused today of fondling the genitals of women and little children as part of their "enhanced pat-down" procedures being rolled out at airport security checkpoints. Today, Michelle, an employee working at the Alex Jones' InfoWars studios, has gone public with accusations that a male TSA agent felt up her crotch and fondled her breasts at a security checkpoint in Denver. A male agent attempted to feel up the crotch of her little girl, too. You can watch the full video report on this at http://www.infowars.com/tsa-fondles-women-an...
I've actually met Michelle in person, so I know she's a real person and I recognize her voice from the video. She's the customer service person at the Alex Jones studios where I was a guest several weeks ago. She's a regular American mom just trying to go from point A to point B without being sexually assaulted by TSA agents. What TSA agents did to her, according to her interview with Alex Jones, is consistent with a felony crime of "sexual assault."
So now you have a choice at the airport: You can either go through the X-Ray machine, or you can subject yourself to an X-Rated pat-down by TSA agents.
Watch the video in the link above to learn more shocking details about what's happening at TSA checkpoints today.
TSA agent drops cocaine into travelers' bags
In a related story about the criminal behavior of TSA agents, TSA documents released through a Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA) now reveal that one TSA agent working the security checkpoint at Philadelphia International Airport planted a white powdery substance that appeared to be cocaine in the bags of air travelers. (http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/stupi...)
This was no entry-level employee, either -- released documents reveal he was a "bomb appraisal officer."
He pulled this cocaine stunt multiple times, too. One time he confronted a 22-year-old college girl with the apparent cocaine and asked if she was carrying anything she wasn't supposed to. After the prank, the student broke down in tears from the terror of the event and eventually lodged a complaint with the airline. (TSA agents are the new terrorists, see?)
TSA officers think it's funny to plant cocaine in your bags or feel up your breasts. It's all part of the police state training, of course: It's not merely about getting people to follow orders; it's also about humiliating individuals to make them feel inferior to police state authorities.
The body searches these TSA agents conduct might be described in some cases as sexual molestation and pedophile activities that would land anybody else in federal prison.
Just for the record, however, when I was subjected to a TSA pat-down recently, they did not fondle my testicles at all. (http://www.naturalnews.com/030100_naked_body...) They actually swept my crotch with the back of their hand. I don't agree with it, but I didn't feel as if I was being sexually molested. That was out of the airport in San Jose, California.
So it appears that some TSA agents may be handling this very differently than others. I might have felt different about the crotch sweeping if I were a woman being felt up by a man, of course. I think what the TSA is doing is highly inappropriate, especially when done to women and children. We are not the terrorists here! The TSA needs to stop with these ridiculous "enhanced pat downs" and end the use of naked body scanner.
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