After “routine” TSA screening, one passenger says: never again!

Editor’s Note: The following post uses anatomical terms to describe reproductive organs and may not be suitable for all audiences.

Kimberly Marcus is an educational consultant from Alfred, N.Y., who describes herself as a law-abiding citizen. Yet she says the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) has treated her worse than a convicted felon, sexually assaulting her and “repeatedly touching my private areas.” Continue reading…

Dear TSA, this isn’t my computer

My Lenovo ThinkPad computer is old — at least old in laptop computer terms — plus, it’s big, heavy, and clunky. Chances of the person right in front of me going through the TSA security at Chicago’s Midway Airport having almost exactly the same computer should have been slim to none.

But the stars aligned.
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Is the TSA really ‘pitiful’?

It seems the antipathy felt toward the Transportation Security Administration isn’t limited to molested travelers. Lawmakers reviewing TSA performance records this week have slammed the agency’s performance as “pitiful.”
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