|Woman Accuses TSA Agent of Molestation at Airport||||
|Written by Raven Clabough|
|Friday, 03 June 2011 12:10|
The public outcry against the privacy violations of Transportation Security Administration agents continues to be impassioned. This week, an unsettling video of a woman undergoing TSA screening at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport went viral, once against drawing attention to the various unconstitutional endeavors being undertaken at airports nationwide.
As the video progresses, the woman grows more intense and begs for someone to “help me.” She proceeds to tell the agent that what she is doing is illegal and yells, “You can’t do that!”
The Blaze notes that this is not the first time a member of the TSA has been accused of “molestation.” In April, former Miss USA Susie Castillo accused an agent of molestation while going through security in Dallas. She posted a blog regarding the encounter with the agent at DFW airport:
Castillo went on to file a formal complaint with the TSA, which she posted on her blog. She also encouraged others to stand up to the privacy intrusions at the airport. “We as individuals have to speak up and protect our liberty,” she wrote.
Last November, passenger John A. Christina punched a TSA officer after passing through the naked-body scanner.
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