(NaturalNews) On December 15th, 2010 physician Dr. Leonard Coldwell put President Obama`s Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) on legal notice for the flagrant violation of constitutional rights. The full letter can be read here: (http://theonlyanswertotyranny.com/blog/2010/...)
He starts the article by stating: "I do not consent to any violation of any of my divine rights nor do I volunteer to accept your authority or jurisdiction merely by the act of buying an airline ticket and walking to the plane. I do not waive any of my rights and freedoms."
While there are no clearly expressed constitutional rights to travel, the right to travel is implied by the constitution. The Supreme Court in 1999 explained that the right to travel "may simply have been conceived from the beginning to be a necessary concomitant of the stronger Union the Constitution created." In plain words, the united states are not unified if you cannot freely travel between them.
The Fourth Amendment protects us against unreasonable searches without probable cause. The only probable cause Obama's TSA recounts of is your flight upon an airplane. You all know inherently that the naked scanners and groping are beyond unreasonable.
Are TSA agents immune from these laws? Simply because the TSA orders its agents to take a naked picture of someone at the airport, or to touch them indecently to search for a weapon, it does not mean that the TSA agents are legally immune from laws of assault and pornography. We have all been duped into believing that this is legal under the guise of legal immunity. But it is not.
The principal of legal immunity for government agents is called "qualified immunity." This means government agents can be immune to certain criminal laws under special circumstances. In Harlow v. Fitzgerald (1982) the Supreme Court stated that qualified immunity can shield government agents "insofar as their conduct does not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known."
Touching women's breasts and personages' buttocks is clearly a violation of established assault and harassment laws, as is viewing children naked with full-body scanners. Therefore county and state prosecutors could, if they wished, prosecute TSA agents for violation of these laws. Likewise, each person touched or photographed naked deserves the right to prosecute both TSA agents and the Federal government for this criminal behavior. The Nuremberg Code (developed because of Nazi's crimes against humanity) specifically prohibits human experimentation without consent. The full body scanners used (not rigorously tested for safety especially on children, pregnant women, the elderly or those who have or have previously had cancer) are equivalent of mass human experimentation. The invasiveness of these groping body searches is meant to compel you to "consent" to being photographed naked.
Finally, Dr. Coldwell reminds us that there is no doctrine of law that gives permission for one person to commit a crime (molestation and detention) against as "there is a doctrine of law that no one can grant authority to commit a crime against another."
The constitution documents the "God given" rights we as citizens of the United States already have. It also clarifies the limited rights of the government in relation to its citizens' rights. Dr. Coldwell reminds us that President Obama`s TSAs' actions reverse the roll of government and the people in a way that betrays the constitution. The U.S. Government does not have tyrannical freedom to do what it pleases. Freedom from indecent touching and photography are ours already, we just need to remind the government who governs them. Therefore, "I do not consent to being illegally searched and touched."