(NaturalNews) Since first posting his video analysis explaining how the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) naked body scanners do nothing to prevent terrorists from smuggling weapons and other paraphernalia through security, engineer Jon Corbett's eye-opening revelation has quickly met the heavy hand of attempted censorship. During a recent interview with Alex Jones on the Alex Jones Show, Corbett explained how his video had already begun to go "viral" across the internet within just a few hours of its posting, upon which YouTube censored it as containing "inappropriate" content.
Corbett originally posted the YouTube video link on his blog TSA Out of Our Pants! on March 6, upon which it was quickly picked up by the U.K.'s Daily Mail, the U.K.'s Guardian, CNET, DailyTech, Russia Today, the Houston Chronicle, the New York Daily News, and hundreds of other news sources. But as was pointed out by Alex Jones during the recent interview, the original video, which was posted to YouTube, was also quickly censored in the process.
As you will notice upon clicking the direct YouTube link for the video rather than the "Play" button, a message pops up explaining that the video "may contain material flagged by YouTube's user community that may be inappropriate for some users." In order to actually watch it, in other words, an individual must log into his or her YouTube account, or sign up for account if he or she is not a registered user, an obstacle that detracts the vast majority of potential viewers from ever watching the video.
"I've been working through the court system for about the past year and a half," explained Corbett to Jones during his interview segment about a lawsuit he has already filed against the TSA for its illegal and unconstitutional naked body scan and pat-down procedures. "If the TSA standards are proven to be ineffective, that will be the quickest way to get them removed from our airports. The nude body scanner is nothing but a giant fraud."