Rape Victim Arrested for Refusing To Be Groped By TSA at Austin Airport (Video)

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  1. Static_energy | Dec 28, 2010 at 6:05 pm |

    bunch of brain washed slaves we are becoming.
    As Benjamin Franklin once said
    “People willing to trade freedom for temporary security deserve neither and will loose both”

  2. Static_energy | Dec 28, 2010 at 2:05 pm |

    bunch of brain washed slaves we are becoming.
    As Benjamin Franklin once said
    “People willing to trade freedom for temporary security deserve neither and will loose both”

  3. If Texas decides to secede again, I say we let them.

  4. If Texas decides to secede again, I say we let them.

  5. Gotta love the way the media consistently show people who say they have no problem with the security measured as it makes them safer. Do any of these people realize that the federal governments own test on the security measures across the country have an average failure rate of over 70% and at some unnamed airports 100% failure to detect knives, guns, and explosives? I’m sure news cameras come across people who are fed up with the charade and voice such opinions, but they never get air time.

  6. Gotta love the way the media consistently show people who say they have no problem with the security measured as it makes them safer. Do any of these people realize that the federal governments own test on the security measures across the country have an average failure rate of over 70% and at some unnamed airports 100% failure to detect knives, guns, and explosives? I’m sure news cameras come across people who are fed up with the charade and voice such opinions, but they never get air time.

    • Fartnokkr | Sep 22, 2011 at 8:17 am |

      I got throught the detroit airport with pot, but they took my nail clippers and hand lotion because the bottle was more than 3 ounces.  dumb asses

  7. AMERICA WE ARE BETTER THAN THIS! What really infuriated me was the woman who said, “the law is the law” The Constitution supersedes all federal laws. Does this cunt even know what the Fourth Amendment is? If it were up to me I’d have her (and any other “Americans”) who think like this shipped off to Saudi Arabia, where they won’t have to worry about those pesky freedoms getting in the way of “the law”

  8. AMERICA WE ARE BETTER THAN THIS! What really infuriated me was the woman who said, “the law is the law” The Constitution supersedes all federal laws. Does this cunt even know what the Fourth Amendment is? If it were up to me I’d have her (and any other “Americans”) who think like this shipped off to Saudi Arabia, where they won’t have to worry about those pesky freedoms getting in the way of “the law”

  9. Quart Jester | Dec 28, 2010 at 11:25 pm |

    Spoken like a true idiot

  10. “Security is not optional” – I agree with the TSA. When they start providing security that works and doesn’t violate my constitutional rights, it shouldn’t be optional. Their joke of play security run by people with sub-100 IQs that insist on tackling citizens with absolutely no cause and reducing them to ridicule is sickening. This kind of action should show people that we would have more security were the TSA banned from airports, and the people in the video reacting coldly to a raped woman being unjustly assaulted should be ashamed of themselves.

  11. “Security is not optional” – I agree with the TSA. When they start providing security that works and doesn’t violate my constitutional rights, it shouldn’t be optional. Their joke of play security run by people with sub-100 IQs that insist on tackling citizens with absolutely no cause and reducing them to ridicule is sickening. This kind of action should show people that we would have more security were the TSA banned from airports, and the people in the video reacting coldly to a raped woman being unjustly assaulted should be ashamed of themselves.

    • Precisely. They’re still not monitoring the cargo enough, or putting in bullet proof cockpit doors, or putting marshals on every plane, or simply using disposable test strips to test for explosive-grade hydrogen peroxide (the stuff you buy at the drugstore won’t make anything go boom) in liquids.

      But they’re radiating cancer patients and feeling up rape victims. Perfect. I feel so much safer.

  12. I don’t think that’d be constitutional.

  13. Anonymous | Dec 29, 2010 at 4:33 am |

    Next thing you know -cavity searches will be mandatory. I’ll bet all those molestors that used to join the priesthood will now choose law eforcement for fun and profit. Run and hide behind the illusion of legitimacy….

    “And seem a saint when most I play the devil”

  14. GoodDoktorBad | Dec 29, 2010 at 12:33 am |

    Next thing you know -cavity searches will be mandatory. I’ll bet all those molestors that used to join the priesthood will now choose law eforcement for fun and profit. Run and hide behind the illusion of legitimacy….

    “And seem a saint when most I play the devil”

    • Ironaddict06 | Dec 29, 2010 at 12:18 pm |

      LOL. Yeah I can see them now. Come here little boy I need to fondle you and inspect your cavities.

  15. Precisely. They’re still not monitoring the cargo enough, or putting in bullet proof cockpit doors, or putting marshals on every plane, or simply using disposable test strips to test for explosive-grade hydrogen peroxide (the stuff you buy at the drugstore won’t make anything go boom) in liquids.

    But they’re radiating cancer patients and feeling up rape victims. Perfect. I feel so much safer.

  16. Ironaddict06 | Dec 29, 2010 at 4:18 pm |

    LOL. Yeah I can see them now. Come here little boy I need to fondle you and inspect your cavities.

  17. Ironaddict06 | Dec 29, 2010 at 4:20 pm |

    I knew this was coming. I’m just suprised it took this long.

  18. Ironaddict06 | Dec 29, 2010 at 12:20 pm |

    I knew this was coming. I’m just suprised it took this long.

  19. LoL

  20. Anonymous | Dec 30, 2010 at 12:38 am |

    Apparently the claim is that the victim still tried to board the plane. So the TSA is apparently backing down, the grope is voluntary however if you do not agree then you must leave the terminal.
    You can allow your rights to be temporarily infringed however the second you say no, they snap back in place in full force and no contractual agreement or law can infringe upon them.
    So say no, demand a refund of your ticket as the TSA is liable for it’s lack of use, they can not claim that your adherence to your rights makes you liable for any penalty.
    So bored, make a statement, go down to the airport, buy a ticket, refuse the scan and grope and get a refund and turn boredom into a stament that you count and your fellow citizens count and the citizens decide the validity of the law not some power crazed woman who should be fired for abusing the rights of citizens.

  21. Apparently the claim is that the victim still tried to board the plane. So the TSA is apparently backing down, the grope is voluntary however if you do not agree then you must leave the terminal.
    You can allow your rights to be temporarily infringed however the second you say no, they snap back in place in full force and no contractual agreement or law can infringe upon them.
    So say no, demand a refund of your ticket as the TSA is liable for it’s lack of use, they can not claim that your adherence to your rights makes you liable for any penalty.
    So bored, make a statement, go down to the airport, buy a ticket, refuse the scan and grope and get a refund and turn boredom into a stament that you count and your fellow citizens count and the citizens decide the validity of the law not some power crazed woman who should be fired for abusing the rights of citizens.

  22. I cant think of anything more terrifying than texas as an independent country!!

  23. Parker Gabriel | Jan 3, 2011 at 5:08 pm |

    James Boswell once quoted Dr. Samuel Johnson as noting bitterly, “Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel.” He could not have been more correct. Nor could his scribe.

  24. Parker Gabriel | Jan 3, 2011 at 1:08 pm |

    James Boswell once quoted Dr. Samuel Johnson as noting bitterly, “Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel.” He could not have been more correct. Nor could his scribe.

  25. According to decades old laws, “all American citizens have the right to use the public airways.” – the TSA is just trying to circumvent the intention of the law because while still on the ground they can keep you from getting past a security check point. But she does have a right to fly and so shouldn’t have to go through something like that.

  26. According to decades old laws, “all American citizens have the right to use the public airways.” – the TSA is just trying to circumvent the intention of the law because while still on the ground they can keep you from getting past a security check point. But she does have a right to fly and so shouldn’t have to go through something like that.

  27. Fartnokkr | Sep 22, 2011 at 12:17 pm |

    I got throught the detroit airport with pot, but they took my nail clippers and hand lotion because the bottle was more than 3 ounces.  dumb asses

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