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TSA agents strip-search and publicly humiliate cancer patient

Sunday, March 02, 2014 by: PF Louis
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(NaturalNews) A man's wife wrote up an account of what happened to her and her husband when they attempted to board a flight recently. Her husband is a prostate cancer victim undergoing conventional treatments that usually make things worse.

One of his side issues includes incontinence, or the inability to control one's bladder, resulting in wearing incontinence undergarments that are similar to diapers, just in case. Not the type of thing a grown man looks forward to disclosing.

The wife posted her commentary about the TSA encounter anonymously on a blog called CafeMom.com. It appears as though that commentary is no longer available on that blog. But it was posted on RT.com. Here's part of the account in the wife's own words.

After he emerged from the scanner the TSA officer (a female) asked if he was carrying liquids in his clothing. He explained his condition and what had happened. In the past, it was embarrassing enough for him to just tell a TSA employee that [he] was wearing an adult incontinence garment but now he was also announcing that he had wet himself.)

She called over to another (male) officer (the boss, I guess) and explained the situation to him out loud in front of everyone else still going through the line. The problem was he did not understand what an "incontinence product" was when she told him.

Myself, [the husband], and the female TSA employee tried explaining a few times before the woman finally just shouted ' HE IS WEARING A DIAPER' which caused pretty much everyone to turn and stare at us (smaller airport so not that many people).

From there, her husband was escorted into a small private room and told he had to get out of the now-soaked incontinence garment and change into a dry one in order to "clear up the issue." Fortunately, his wife had a dry backup garment in one of her carry-on bags, and the husband quickly and quietly changed, with a large Ziplock-type plastic bag, provided courtesy of the TSA, for the wet garment.

The TSA officials apologized for the embarrassment that they had caused, and the couple managed to make their flight with the husband in tears over the incident.

Other similar TSA incidients

This type of complication seems to happen often to people who have had major surgeries or are wearing medical devices such as insulin pumps or prosthetic parts. Those airline bombers are so clever, you know.

Michelle Dunaj of Roseville, Michigan, had a hard time catching her connecting flight to Hawaii from Washington State around a year ago. At her young age of 34, she was scheduled for hospice due to her terminal leukemia. Part of her "bucket list" of to-dos was for her to see Hawaii before she died.

In order to catch that flight, she had to put up with more than a public pat-down. She had to undo bandages publicly, and one of her saline bags was ripped by the TSA inspector, ruining the solution that was part of her medication.

Michelle asserted that she provided in advance all the paperwork regarding her condition, the medications involved and what the bandages were for. When all that was ignored, she demanded a private pat-down, which was denied.

A woman who had endured a mastectomy was once forced to publicly remove her prosthetic breast and display it before she could board. Another, older lady had her colostomy bag inspected before boarding. At least this time the TSA did admit they had gone south.

Despite all the nonsense from the TSA, an undercover four-man team managed to get three of its group onto Newark, NJ, flights with fake explosive devices. The buildup and acceptance of fear from lies and the 9/11 false flag operation helps keep the sheeple in check.

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