TSA Strip Searches Young Boy--STRIP SEARCH!?

Submitted by: handys003 6 years ago in

Pedo Bear has found a new home to rule. This is bat poo insane now.
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Male 3,915
b-b-beccah wins the "un-questioning questions that don`t matter" award for her post.
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Female 7
I was once strip searched, but it was done in private. It wasn`t as bad an experience as you might think as you`re never actually completely naked in the process. Sometimes it is necessary, but this is wrong though because it`s being done in public. Should be done in private with searcher, parent and witness.
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Male 1,834
thats so lame
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Male 255
@the phoenix27: Strip searching children and patting down grandmothers works. I don`t agree with it but it works, unlike profiling which as I said has little empirical evidence to back it up. In 1972, Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv was supposed to be attacked by a Palestinian. In fact, it was attacked by a Japanese terrorist killing 24 people and in the mid-80s it was attacked by a German terrorist with blue eyes and blonde hair called Miller.
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Male 255
@kilroy5555: It sounds easy doesn`t it. Find the standard traits of Mr Terrorist and Bingo, no more terrorism. And of course, giving him a good hard look in the eye is sure to work on a religious fanatic who believes that he is doing his Gods will and is divinely assured to succeed. Do you seriously want the security of your nation to depend on a group of people `trusting their gut`?
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Female 668
why are they filming this. what would someone film this. why is this being filmed. who would film this. why would they film this and put it online. whyyyyyyy
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Male 496
Profiling isn`t just pulling aside every person of a certain ethnic background for screening. It`s looking at the totality of the circumstances and a person`s travel plans and following up with those individuals. Race/age/gender may indeed be a factor here, but it`s not the only one.

Focusing developing securities` eyes on the ground also plays a big role. If someone gets red flagged, look them in the eye and ask them questions about where they came from/where they`re going. If they appear nervous, then follow up. Tell security to trust their gut... if something doesn`t look right about a particular passenger, follow up with it; don`t simply pass on them because they weren`t "randomly selected". I would bet you the shoe bomber would have been caught by such a system.

Also, why not start watching checked bags? What precautions are we taking with respect to those?
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Male 47
@aikiman: If profiling is a waste of time and resources what do you call strip searching children and patting down grandmothers? I agree that not every suicide bomber can be fit into the same mold but there are certain similarities that can be used to determine who needs a closer look. There are far smarter ways to go about securing our airports than a wholesale invasive search of every passenger. I understand that going through the body scanner is an option as well, but it is only a tiny bit less invasive and in the end, terrorists will figure out another way around the current screening which will then lead to more invasive measures and so on. We`ve already seen the escalation with the shoe-bomber and the christmas-day bomber. My question is, when will we start getting smarter about security and not just tougher?
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Male 9
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.

-Benjamin Franklin
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Male 663
WE are not going to be able to inspect ourselves out of this problem. Right now I can think of several things that a group that really wants to damage this country could do that the TSA can not stop using it current methods.

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Male 255
@Gerry1of1: Profiling is a flawed tool that has been discredited. The trouble is, it looks like it should work therefore it continues to be used when studies have shown that there is very little empirical evidence that it is effective.
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Male 255
@StudentLaw: Unfortunately SHOUTING DOESNT MAKE YOU RIGHT and profiling is stereotyping, it imposes characteristics onto individuals due to a pre-conceived ideal for a group. Psychological profiling has been discredited for some time now and is seen as a waste of time and resources.
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Female 35
looks like childhood trauma to me.
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Male 798
@heartx3jess: Because government agencies are allowed to run rampant, forming regulations that are completely ineffective and unnecessarily invasive.

Here is a quote from Israeli airline security chief Rafi Sela.

"I don`t know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747"
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Male 12,138
[quote]I have no qualms about checking everyone with foreign born sounding name, And I really do not care if the libs scream, "That`s Profiling!". [/quote]
Indeed Crakr. I presume you include everyone with foreign born sounding names such as "Timothy McVeigh"?
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Female 98
This is a sad day
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Male 256
That is too effing far.
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Male 17,511
Cajun: Depends on the group, Cajun. If that person is a member of an organization known to support terrorists, Yes, Please do single them out. If that person has bought a one way ticket to America w/o an itinerary, Yes, Single them out. If that person bought their ticket at the last minute and looks nervous, Yes, Single them out.

It`s time for some common sense here, Not some bureauweenie PC notion of `fairness`.
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Male 573
Don`t know what you lot are moaning about, you complain if there is too much searching and still complain if there is too little.
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Male 1,010
Terrorists are not simple minds... using kids= terrible safety factor. Would never work.
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Male 22
Keep living in fear Quackor, pvssies like you who are willing to submit to sexual molestation in order to feel safe don`t belong in this country. Eventually the terrorist will start putting C4 up their bums, then what? Will you gladly bend over for the TSA?

Everybody dies someday, if we live in fear then the terrorists have indeed won - that`s how they got their name.
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Male 1,010
Profiling is NOT STEREOTYPING - it is based on psychological scanning, the officers are train in locating physical and verbal signs from a person that is in the type of distress someone about to give their life would be in. A terrorist could have blue eyes and blonde hair - there are terrorists in russia cooperating w/middle- east terrorists. Profiling is a more advanced type of security check. The problem is that western people rely too much on technology and physical searces to give profiling a real chance... you could do the airport experience in 1/3rd of the time you do today, without groping kids. (Besides, a kid feeling only a bit insecure about himself and his "underwear" would be noticed by a profliler on the parking lot of the airport... argument invalid :-p)
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Female 50
it`s official: the terrorist have won
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Female 751
New information being circulated is that the Father actually made the boy take his shirt off not the TSA, and it was to edpedite the search so he could be on his way.

I`m not sure if I believe it or not, but I feel like everyone should have both sides of the story. I got that off the TSA blog.

:)
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Male 39,955
@Quackor - You talk too much. Have you seen the size of your posts?

Think "brevity"
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Female 1,203
All this crap is unnecessary, TheWaffle is right. The old security measures work fine if they are done correctly and the agents pay attention. When I went through Japan they were thorough, polite, and effective. They don`t let you carry cuticle scissors, and they took my Hello Kitty face wash, but that is a small price to pay for safety to say the least. Other countries are effective in keeping themselves safe with the normal procedures, so why can`t we?
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Male 39,955
@aikiman - "Profiling" is a tool and it depends on it`s use. A hammer builds or smashes.

"We`re looking for a bomber...but it`s not nice so we won`t say what he or she probably looks like based on reliable statistics and likely ethnicity. Or what age or gender. Hell, we can`t even say if it`s a human or animal bomber..."

To say Profiling is always wrong is silly. And to strip search a 10 year old is stupid.
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Female 3,001
wow, just wow...
so not cool, and if this is happening in America where [white] people`s freedoms are protected, God help the rest of the world...
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Male 117
@Quackor- those versions of the story don`t even match up, and yet you posted them both, nullifying them both. Nice work.
If the boy did NOT set off the metal detector, why was he targeted anydamnway?
And if he did set it off, that father`s an idiot for doing that. How can the kid be so squirmy that adults couldn`t hold him for 5 seconds to do a pat-down, if things really escalated to that point? Failure on the agents` and parent`s part.
Like I said before: there`s no reason for any of this.
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Male 117
@Quackor- you have such an appropriate alias. You can`t tell me you honestly believe there is any reason for the TSA to do that. If so, it might be the South American mindset. That was such an absolutely RIDICULOUS thing for those agents to do, regardless of what they`re allowed to do.
I think everybody`s forgetting a MAJOR thing here:
What`s wrong with the old security measures? After making us take our shoes off, how many shoe bombers have been thwarted? Taking a kid`s shirt off accomplishes what, exactly? I can only think of one major event where our TSA`s agents failed us, and the standard tests SHOULD have stopped them. The agents who screened those bastards really let their country and countrymen down.
There is no reason whatsoever for any of this crap. They can claim it`s for our own safety, but I really think our government is scared $h!tless about this and this measure is simply a way to calm themselves, not protect us.
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Male 255
@CrackerJak: Profiling is just another word for stereotyping. It`s great as long as you don`t fit the profile, if you do, you`ll soon detest the system. Look at the outrage when anyone here suggests that the Tea Party/Republicans/Liberals are all lunatics. As for your suggestion that anyone with a foreign sounding name should be stopped, I guess you`d include Petraeus, Giuliani, Koche, DeVore...
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Male 975
Quackor...Terrorists are going to start using white children with their white parents as part of their scheme?
Exactly how likely do you believe that to be?

Hearing your version of the story makes this incident seem far less worse, but I still find it ridiculous.
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Male 2,855
@student_law

When its obvious a kid like that is not affiliated with terrorism, terrorists will use kids like that.

Also, we are not talking about "freedoms" here, security screening measures are just that, it doesnt take away your freedom, but that does give innocent people (say, the people of the sears tower) safety, are you willing to claim this "freedom" you speak of and risk the lives of the people on that tower?

The actual freedom you are speaking of is the freedom to take the train, you have that and the TSA wont take it waway
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Female 1,578
.....what. How is this legal?
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Male 10,855
@CrakrJak

I agree with you so long as we`re not singling out a particular group of people.
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Female 2,509
wtf...............no one cares for the 4th amendment?
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Male 5,194
Kid grows up thinking: "America sucks and freedom is a lie."
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Male 417
SCREW the ACLU and all this political correct BS.

Call it racial profiling if you want, but it sure is effective. When`s the last time you saw an American kid bomb a plane?
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Male 177
THE FATHER IS THE ONE WHO REMOVED THE KID`S SHIRT
and he did it without being told to.
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Male 243
These people should go to jail.
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Male 1,010
@quackor: A man who is willing to give up his freedom for a little safety, deserves neither freedom nor safety. This is a perfect example. And it affects us Europeans as well, who still like to travel to the US.

Don`t understand why it`s not possible to use a proper profiling procedude. The Israelis have done it for a along time, and it works. Patting down kids who are clearly not affiliated with terrorsim, just to be "politically correct" is UNSAFE - the TSA people should rather spend those extra minutes searching someone who could actually be a terrorist...
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Male 2,855
I like that version even more
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Male 2,855
procedure.

It should be mentioned that you will not be asked to and you should not remove clothing (other than shoes, coats and jackets) at a TSA checkpoint. If you`re asked to remove your clothing, you should ask for a supervisor or manager.

Blogger Bob TSA Blog Team
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Male 2,855
Posted on Monday, November 22, 2010 8:38:34 AM by Virginia Ridgerunner

A video is being widely circulated showing a shirtless boy receiving secondary screening from a Transportation Security Officer (TSO). A passenger filmed the screening with their cell phone and posted the video on the web. Many are coming to their own conclusions about what`s happening in the video which is now perched at the top of the Drudge report and being linked to in many other blogs and tweets. We looked into this to find out what happened.

On November 19, a family was traveling through a TSA checkpoint at the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Their son alarmed the walk through metal detector and needed to undergo secondary screening. The boy`s father removed his son`s shirt in an effort to expedite the screening. After our TSO completed the screening, he helped the boy put his shirt back on. That`s it. No complaints were filed and the father was standing by his son for the entire
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Male 2,855
This video was filmed at Salt Lake City International Airport on November 19 around 12:00pm.

Before the video started the boy went through a metal detector and, while he didn`t set it off, he was selected for a pat down. The boy was shy so the TSA couldn`t complete the full pat on the young boy. The father tried several times to just hold the boys arms out for the TSA agent but i guess it didn`t end up being enough for the guy. I was about 30 ft away so i couldn`t hear their conversation if there was any. The enraged father pulled his son shirt off and gave it to the TSA agent to search, that`s when this video begins.

there is a very fine line between "being shy and not letting the TSA pat you down" and hiding prohibited material his father tried to smuggle in his sons pants

While this may seem like EVIL to some people, its what is keeping you idiots safe
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Male 1,010
@Gerry: that picture deserves a post of it`s own at i-a-b.com... :-D
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Male 2,402
@CrakrJak

Since when did the US Government practice any "common sense"?

That will never happen.
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Male 39,955

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Male 15,510
I think the terrorist already won
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Male 2,669
WTF?

Damn. Just damn.
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Male 1,010
Yikes... it`s the catholic style strip search? Only a total psycho would take off a kids shirt in public. What, do anybody think it feel less violating for a child than it does for an adult?? Poor kid... a grown person would never accept it... but kids don`t resist so easily, do they... :-(
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Male 6,693
Really.Just let me strip. Get dressed and then go on with my day. I dont have time for all this bs.
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Male 3,369
When Bush passed the "patriot" Act, Republicans couldn`t wave their flags any harder for fear of ripping them to shreds. Now that it`s affecting white middle America, it`s no longer a popular piece of legislation. The Isrealis have a security model that`s considered the best in the world. It`s time to look into it, don`t you think?
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Male 3,477
"Land of the Free?! Whoever told you that is your enemy!"
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Female 751
I wonder what that child has to say about this new system. I am curious to hear how he feels about being searched, you know? As adults we often see things distorted and children have such a different view of the world.

Personally though, I think it was inappropriate to have him take his shirt off in front of all those people. Ragardless of whether it was right or not for them to search him in the first place. Who knows what pervs could be standing in line.
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Male 17,511
aikiman: I`d rather they profile then keep doing what they are right now on everyone. That`s not leading to a totalitarian state, It`s called common sense.
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Male 2,160
meh, the point of terrorism is to spark fear and spread knowledge of their ideals, which they have done quite well recently with all the publicity, so basically they won the second a rather imbecilic government declared "war" on terrorism instead of simply keeping it a law enforcement and special forces deal which actually worked damned well against it in almost all past incidents whereas every military attempt to do anything about it tends to go horribly wrong.
then again, like this the govs get all the control they want and their paid bullies get to have a field day while at it, so for them its a perfect win as well, its just us normal peeps that get shat on.
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Male 255
@CrakrJak: No I don`t, I agree with a lot of the stuff in your earlier post but `checking everyone with a foreign born sounding name` is one step away from `everyone who isn`t like me` which is a one way ticket to your totalitarian state.
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Male 705
Fap fap fap fap fap...
What? Is it so wrong? They`re doing it!
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Male 17,511
aikiman: I guess you prefer the intensive pat downs, nude scanners, and long waiting lines to profiling, background checks, and non-intrusive dogs.

Your preference is more totalitarian for everyone.
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Male 255
Totalitarianism is great if you`re the one making the rules, right CrakrJak?
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Male 955
@Crakr

man you`re a huge idiot lol
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Male 17,511
Ollie: [quote]...if the kid`s name is Osama, I want to know what he`s packing in his diaper.[/quote]

At this point I have no qualms about checking everyone with foreign born sounding name, And I really do not care if the libs scream, "That`s Profiling!". Screw them, This is America not soviet russia.
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Male 17,511
As I`ve said before, We should adopt the kind of security Israel has for EL AL. The moment a ticket is bought that person`s ID, Background and any intelligence information on them should be looked up, Their itinerary and purpose for flying verified, The use of Explosives and contraband sniffing dogs should be increased tenfold, and if anything looks fishy that person should be interviewed at length about their trip.

If all that was done we wouldn`t need nude scanners, Intensive `pat downs`, And people would be able to board their planes a lot quicker.

We should also be checking container and international shipments a lot better.
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Male 183
when did we become so afraid of the boogey man that we allow this to happen. oh yeah 9/11 changed everything right? are we really that afraid of "them"? i have hated flying since before 2001- i never liked being treated like cattle by the airlines, but NOW??? not only might i get strip searched, but i have to pay $50 just to bring a bag??? are you kidding me?
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Male 4,680
Think about it this way then: if America implemented a system where children were exempt from security checks, Al Qaeda are going to start using them as suicide bombers. Mexican drug cartels are going to use them as drug mules. Kids are going to become tools for criminal organizations.

Organizations like Al Qaeda have no problem with sending a kid to his death if it means bringing down an aeroplane full of passengers. And Mexican drug cartels... there`s nothing they won`t do for profit. I dunno about you but I`d rather have kids strip-searched then killed or forced into slavery.
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Female 803
Cool, now I`m going to have to drive to Florida and take a boat to the Bahamas for my honeymoon. F*ck flying.
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Male 1,557
Yeah, because there`s no way a child could POSSIBLY be made to hold a weapon or drugs or something for an adult is there?
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Female 812
People, it`s not just about terrorists!
Yes they have sharpened security at airports since 9/11 but security has been there way longer for other reasons, like to prevent the smuggling of drugs which smugglers often hide in/on children...
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Male 5,194
>>hyperbole gets old.

Hyperbole? Let`s see...

>>you can be tortured for THNKING anything remotely negative about the government

One word - Waterboarding.

>>You`ve read 1984, right?

Required reading in schools back in the 1970`s. "Big Brother" wasn`t strip-searching children. Like I said - even Orwell didn`t go this far.
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Male 10,855
I agree with rammo34`s post.
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Male 10,855
THAT`S IT!!!

Until they drop these invasive procedures I`m going to take a train ride to Mexico before I go flying.
This is utterly insane.
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Male 5,194
>>You know what, fly at your own risk. That`s my take on it.

Same here. Blows my mind that people are fine with this, asking "What else would you do?" as if it`s a given that strip-searching a child is ok because those people feel safer that way.
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Male 3,915
Moefreak - "The terrorists have won" (their idea of winning is not people getting vigorously frisked at airports)

i forgot about your experience in Al Qaeda...must have slipped my mind...
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Male 117
*the system is doing its job just the way it is?
(hit max count with that post apparently. sorry for the split comment, all)
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Male 117
Sorry if it seems like all that was aimed at you, moefreak; it wasn`t. It just got me started :P
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Male 117
@moefreak- I think you`re missing the point entirely. It`s not so much the fact that they took off the kid`s shirt (which should not have been done REGARDLESS!), but the fact that it`s now even more acceptable that they can.
"what do all of you suggest they should have done in this situation?"
I think it`s safe to say that if it were up to most of us, there wouldn`t even be this situation! And since the situation`s here, I definitely would NOT have taken off this kid`s shirt! Especially out in the open in front of everyone! Our government is tightening the shackles on us with all this stupid crap and I`d wager that most of the people in this country would disagree with much, if not most, of what they`re doing. One incident (which, by the way, was obviously thwarted and failed) made a whole new policy come into fruition. A few years ago, it was the guy with the shoes, which, once again, failed. Isn`t it enough that both were caught? Isn`t that proof that the system is
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Female 212
No matter what "We pay for our freedoms" speech I get, I could care less. I would have knocked that guard out for trying to strip my son down in public. No body touches my baby, period. I`ll drive thank you.
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Male 15,832
This is pretty messed up. On the other hand, if the kid`s name is Osama, I want to know what he`s packing in his diaper.
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Female 1,963
What I`m curious about is, what do all of you suggest they should have done in this situation? Pat down the kid while he is wearing the hoodie? That would probably spark quite a lot of controversy as well. No one is suggesting that the child has decided to be a terrorist, but children are often used as mules.

It`s really easy to throw around "Those who sacrifice liberties for security deserve neither" (every one of us sacrifices some liberties for security) and "The terrorists have won" (their idea of winning is not people getting vigorously frisked at airports), but I`m not really clear on what they think should be done instead.
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Female 1,963
What I`m curious about is, what do all of you suggest they should have done in this situation? Pat down the kid while he is wearing the hoodie? That would probably spark quite a lot of controversy as well. No one is suggesting that the child has decided to be a terrorist, but children are often used as mules.

It`s really easy to throw around "Those who sacrifice liberties for security deserve neither" (every one of us sacrifices some liberties for security) and "The terrorists have won" (their idea of winning is not people getting vigorously frisked at airports), but I`m not really clear on what they think should be done instead.
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Male 132
wish I had a couple tousand to spendso I could go get felt up
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Male 2,868
"Even GEORGE ORWELL didn`t take it this far! WTF?"

You`ve read 1984, right? Where the government can see into everyone`s house through the telescreen, and you can be tortured for THNKING anything remotely negative about the government? Yeah, you`re right, pat downs at the airport are way worse. I understand the objection people have to the recent increase in invasiveness at airport security checkpoints, but hyperbole gets old.
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Male 541
...but remember guys, their doing it for your FREEDOM. As if that has ever been on stake ...
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Male 2,049
Al Qaeda: 1 USA: 0
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Female 1,743
Man, that terrorist is really short. :o
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Male 1,162
quick the kid has a bomb in his pants! It must be up his butt! Maybe if we insert our penises we can defuse the bomb! Quickly insert your penises faster or the bomb will explode!! Dear god in heaven!
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Male 4,242
land of the free
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Male 194
I`m going to do as xiquiripat says. Denying pat-down or scans is going to cause a bit of a mess though, so if you want to catch your plane you better suck it up. But yeah, make them feel awkward, because they deserve it.
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Male 43
this was osama`s plan all along
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Male 510
"they harassing a kid?" "yup" "NICE"
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Male 3,915
yep....terrorists won
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Male 171
F*** the TSA and Homeland Security.
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Male 2,402
Freak every time I see this I get more peeved. Top it all I fly inter-island once a month. They don`t have scanners on the smaller islands yet. I`m interested what`s going to happen when I fly out Thursday.

Here`s a question for you all. When I unload my carry-ons should I just go ahead and strip down buck naked?

Hey I know why don`t I give them a real terror alert. I`ll just wear the same underwear from today until through Thursday. Yeah that will give them a surprise.
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Female 193
this is getting ridiculous. nvm. it`s beyond ridiculous.
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Male 3,745
sloth there is a right way and a wrong way to do things...this is the wrong way...
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Male 199
@Silverthread
I love that quote, but I believe it`s actually
"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both."
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Male 3,431
You know what, fly at your own risk. That`s my take on it. You want to fly cross country and you`re worried about safety? Bring a Goddamn gun and the first son of a whore that decides to start poo gets thrown the hell out.

This poo won`t stand.

A man who gives up his freedom for security will attain neither.
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Female 243
SlothOfDoom: sure this time its a little boy. little boys take their shirts off when swimming and stuff, so i dont think they feel that invaded..even though its still WRONG...but what if its a little girl? even if they do give her a female officer and give her the privacy of a room with a parent..its still WRONG...children that age shouldnt be any kind of naked in front of ANYONE except a parent.
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Male 9,305
Oh this is ALL KINDS OF F*CKED UP.
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Male 511
SlothOfDoom you`re the biggest moron I`ve seen on IAB. You think strip searching a child is a good idea?
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Male 226
@SlothOfDoom: You get the drat over yourself. There`s no goddamn need for this, AT ALL.

American airport security has been proven a joke at several points. What we need is security like the Israelies use.Their poo is far less invasive and yet still more effective.
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Male 275
I almost had this happen to me twice but I was lucky I was wearing an undershirt. If you wear a hoddy or something that looks like a jacket. They will make you take it off no matter whats under.
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Male 2,033
Oh get the drat over yourselves people. how hard do you think it would be to strap a bomb to a kid? Maybe a canister of gas? You Americans whine that you want security because the world is scary, then you whine when you get it. dratin hypocrites.

Next time someone blows up a plane the people on here bitching and moaning about how overzealous security is right now will be the first ones crying about how poor of a job security does.
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Female 448
Sorry, molestation even for the sake of security is still molestation.

Screw you planes.
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Female 243
yay for rights! oh wait...
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Male 5,194
Even GEORGE ORWELL didn`t take it this far! WTF?
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Female 243
i thought kids were excused from the pat downs/strip searches....guess not.
man...im flying to florida on wednesday...i couldnt even hold a straight face when my eye doctor stood really close to me to take a look at my eye the other day....
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Male 2,422
If they won`t change their polices at least make their jobs as miserable as possible. Demand a pat down and make audible moaning noises as they go about it. When they are finished say "thank you" and lick your lips and wink. There`s no reason it shouldn`t be as bad for them as it is for you.
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Male 541
The airport security are just a bunch of pedophiles.
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Male 194
Edit: None of my fellow travelers got searched either. I guess once you get inside the international part of the airport you`re secured, and that Denmark isn`t as hysterical on their policies. Can`t wait to travel home though, going to be interesting.
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Male 194
When I flew from Copenhagen to New York two weeks ago, all I had to do was to confirm that I packed my own luggage. Is this purely domestic or does USA simply trust Scandinavia?
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Male 244
yet...people are watching...

WTF?
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Male 2,440
Thanks a lot, bin Laden.
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Female 3,598
ya know, terrorists have always HAD the ability to do things to airplanes, nothing happened for YEARS without this kind of batpoo insane hypersecurity... and i believe if we didn`t have this kind of security in place right now, nothing would probably (PROBABLY) happen for years to come as well. but we`ll never know, because if something happens once it changes the world forever.
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Male 1,958
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Male 184
There you go, idiots saying that if you don`t want to be strip searched you shouldn`t fly.
I hope you feel secure enough now.
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Male 5,194
So wrong. FIRE PISTOLE!
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Male 7,378
This isn`t American. The madness must stop.
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Male 39,955
underwear bomber = Fruit of Kaboom
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Male 25,416
Thats so so wrong!
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Male 1,931
Invasion of privacy. Remember the underwear bomber? The guy`s dad informed the FBI about him a week prior to the incident. He was known to have been a member of Al Qaeda. And they STILL let him on the plane. You think all of this extra `security` is helping anything? It`s not. All it is doing is promoting fear into people. And isn`t that the goal of terrorists anyhow? Congratulations, America. You`re doing the terrorists jobs for them. Let`s all live in fear and sacrifice or freedoms.
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Male 5,626
Rammo, that goes straight into my de-motive screen saver at work.
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Male 255
they gang up on a kid??
o_0
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Male 5,626
I hope someone showed this to congress.
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Male 3,076
ahh good old land of the free XD good for pedo bear now he wont go to jail if he touches children but that means that he also need to touch old people :-/
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Male 5,314
that is ridiculous
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Male 2,402
Link: TSA Strip Searches Young Boy--STRIP SEARCH!? [Rate Link] - Pedo Bear has found a new home to rule. This is bat poo insane now.
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