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TSA at work

Inappropriately searching a 94 year-old, wheelchair-bound woman.

7 Responses to “TSA at work”

  1. John Smith. Says:

    Damn again? What is it with the TSA an the elderly… Easy target for abuse I guess….

  2. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Hey, it’s not just for pedos, man, there’s an elderly fetish too.

  3. Divemedic Says:

    I have heard so many of these stories, yet no one ever does anything about it, except complain impotently on the internet. I am convinced that we are getting the government we deserve.

  4. DirtCrashr Says:

    WTF is wrong with these TSA idiots?? She was singled-out? WHY???

  5. Stephen Says:

    While I agree that the search should have been conducted in a private room(something the family members would have liked to have had happen) due to the circumstances of this woman; I don’t see why a person should be excused from security measures just because of their age. They may be less likely to do something due to physical limitations, but they can trigger a bomb just as easily as a young able-bodied person could.

  6. Robin Says:

    Yeah Stephen,

    We could ALL be terrorists, which is how the TSA treats us. Point is, there have been no attempts by elderly Americans to blow up airplanes nor any intel to suggest they would. So skip the elderly former SECDEFs and other elderly travelers. I have my own personal story of my Alzheimer’s riddled Mother getting the TSA special search even back in 2003. Suffice to say it would be impossible to convince me the TSA is anything but a tyrannical waste of money.

  7. BobG Says:

    I’d be willing to bet that if she had been wearing a burqa they wouldn’t have searched her.