6 Year-Old Girl Terrorist Groped By TSA

Submitted by: Angelmassb 5 years ago Weird

Because terrorism has many faces...
There are 117 comments:
Male 191
If you dont want your 6 year old searched, dont fly. These same people who say "its a six year old you dont have to be thorough" are the same people who get pissed that people with turbans get searched every time, because of how they look. But you should be able to skip a process because of how you look? Bs i say. If 6 year olds got a free pass in security, every terrorist would just strap the bombs on babies. Then where would we be?
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Male 20
pedobear approved?
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Female 78
I got searched when I was a kid, probably 8 or 9. It wasn`t a big deal, they just pat me down and sent me on my way.
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Female 62
i would hate to be the TSA agent. she`s just doing her job, but so many people judge her for it.
i mean i freaked out the first time i had to use the scanner and be patted down. it makes me feel extremely vulnerable and it is dehumanizing to be seen as a potential threat and as a possible murderer, but at the same time it`s really not that big of a deal. treating everyone as if they could be a danger is exactly what we need to do. i don`t necessarily like it or commend the idea, but its doing exactly what its supposed to do. honestly, americans complain about the lack of security and control, but are too afraid to give up such a trivial liberty. why are americans so against the idea of giving up certain liberties to benefit the whole? real question. i`m interested
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Female 15
I didnt see any groping... and TSA doesnt only check for bombs, they check for drugs as well.
I have seen far too many adults hiding their drugs with their children. Ive seen women hide stolen merchandise under their baby in a stroller!

And I find it funny how after 9/11 the entire nation was blaming the government for not having active preventive measures that could have stopped the terrorists. Now that they do [not saying its completely affective] the nation complains at what an inconvenience/injustice it is...
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Male 111
sick. is this not dehumanizing?
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Female 3,598
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. -Benjamin Franklin
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Male 359
How long are we going to put up with this?
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Male 166
that`s drated
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Female 37
I thought that the TSA agent was very respectful. It was a woman and I saw no groping. She used the back of her hand to touch areas that shouldn`t be touched.
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Male 684
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When some of these boys went into the war, they were used as a type of shield to the actual troops. The children were set out first to set off landmines, have the enemy shoot them or to simply scan the area for the soldiers. Most of the time, these boys did not even have weapons and if they did, it would be a rock or a knife. The military did not want to waste guns on people who were definitely going to die. external image children_celebrate.

There are people who would remove organs from a child to make room for explosives or chemical or biological weapons if they had the technology.Why does it always seem the religious adults who believe they are going to heaven have such
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Male 1,557
Yeah, cos there`s no chance at all that someone would hide a gun or something on a child is there?
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Male 3,076
BUSTED! damn terrorist think she can jut mess with `merica
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Male 705
I think it`s f*cked up, not that the TSA are doing this, but that it has to be done in the first place, because it means that people have been caught in the past smuggling drugs through 6 year old children. Sick.
Still, if she went anywhere near my "sensitive areas" then I wouldn`t hesitate to sock it to her.
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Female 857
I haven`t been to America since 1998, catching an internal flight back then felt like catching a bus. But it seems to have gone from one extreme to the other. Plus, I can think of places on the human body that the agent didn`t check...or am I giving them ideas?
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Male 2,593
Like I said, it sucks that it has to happen but,look what people do now a days drug smuggling puppies
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Male 2,593
There was nothing wrong done on the side of the TSA agent. It sucks that it happens in the first place, but, she was just doing her job.
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Male 550
What a drated up world we live in. Not the action of her being checked (I`d hate to say it, but it`s probably better that she get checked). But I HATE the fact that this is where there world is at right now.
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Male 139
omg she lived!!!
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Male 85
pedo bear approved
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Male 91
if this is "groping of a child" and wrong aren`t we all guilty of watching "child porn" and the ones who tape these things guilty of recording and distributing it?
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Male 93
time to arrest those who are committing these crimes against society and those that passed legislature to approve of them
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Male 626
They are just doing their jobs, kids have been used as suicide bombers before. They can`t make exceptions for anyone, becuase all it takes is one terrorist to slip though.
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Female 400
I agree completely with the_windy.
Do her parents not allow her to get a checkup from a doctor, either? Lets be realistic here.

If they by policy never checked children, do you guys honestly think drug-smugglers or terrorists wouldn`t use them as mules?
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Male 2,516

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Male 3,364
5Cats said: "Because it`s MUCH more important to molest children and grannies than to RISK OFFENDING people by "profiling" certain groups.

Make everyone suffer equally, sounds positively Stalinist, eh?"

Yeah, you`re right. I think we should take the conservative Republican stance that terrorists would NEVER use kids as human shields or bomb smugglers. They`re WAY too stupid to ever try that! Even Dick Cheney knows that!!!!! Jeeeeeeez!!!!!!!
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Female 83
I thought "the groper" actually did a good job. She spoke to the kid, told her what she was doing the whole time. A job I wouldn`t want, or would I want my child to go through this thang.
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Male 694
She`s obviously hiding bombs. You can`t let her cuteness deceive you!
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Male 1,053
Has anyone considered that she was only patted down because something showed up on her scan??
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Male 1,610
tn11 - First off, I`d be lying if I said this has nothing to do with it, but what it really boils down to is culture and values. I grew up overseas, have never felt at home here in the states, and don`t think I would want to raise a family here.

Second, for those of us who don`t need to fly because of our jobs, boycotting the airlines is a great way to protest this BS. As I remember it, there wasn`t any difference in air ticket sales these past holidays after the new screening policies were rolled out.
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Female 1,589
I see nothing wrong with this. :/
These people are professionals, and I`m sure the screening processes is very thorough when hiring these people to make sure there are no sex offenders or pedophiles.
When growing up we learn that it`s okay for mom and dad to touch, as well as doctors. Security people just have to be added to that list.
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Male 1,587
Brassbull- great problem solving technique. You have a problem with your country? Walk away! Good idea.

Or you could stand the eff up for what you believe in. I don`t mean picketing or some dumb poo like that. I mean voting for your representatives. goddamn. People like you piss me off more than anything. Be a goddamn US citizen.
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Male 33
The only hijacking going on at the airport is the Gov`t contract the TSA has with with the feds. The head of the TSA is making millions off us taxpayers by using fear to keep this bullpoo going on. How often does the TSA ever catch anyone? Never!
I`ve traveled the world and no one gets treated as bad as us. Most politicians are exempt from this kind of treatment, so they don`t give a rip on how we`re treated.
If you say it`s for our security, you`re an idiot because it isn`t. It`s about control,fear, and corporate welfare.
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Male 39
@paddy215

What you said. It`d be the same short-sighted retards that would be whinging the most about poor security if a plane got hijacked.
Everybody needs to be searched - gone are the days where you can just search "darkies". LOL. :D
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Male 2,390
"I don`t understand how using the back of the hand means they aren`t "touching" them"

I understand this but it`s the same way with me. If I have to do an ECG on a female I `move the breast with the back of my hand` so they don`t feel like I`m cupping a boob, while my female counterparts just throw them out of the way. It`s still touching no matter how you look at it.
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Male 1,678
"Someone tell me how hard is it to arm pilots?"

Is this a serious comment? Arming a pilot would just mean that terrorists don`t have to smuggle anything onto the plane, as there would be a weapon ready for them.
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Male 1,678
If someone smuggled drugs into a country or smuggled a knife onto a plane by putting it on the posession of a child you`d all be complaining about TSA`s not doing their job. Basically drat up, stop bing little whinging bitches, and stop sensationalising a nothing event. That was a someone being "groped"? drat off!
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Male 1,610
[quote]And btw, looks like they`re looking for drugs more than bombs... And THAT ladies and gentlemen HAS been seen before[/quote]

Drug trafficking an even worse reason to turn the country into a police state.

The only way the airlines are gonna see another dime of my money while this continues is if/when I buy a one way ticket the f*** out of this country.
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Female 170
And btw, looks like they`re looking for drugs more than bombs... And THAT ladies and gentlemen HAS been seen before, using kids to smuggle :/ (for the ones who goes all poo about never having experienced bombs being placed on kids)
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Male 338
Who cares? How was this kid hurt in any way by this? There was no groping. I see no problem with this, as long as it is conducted correctly. The woman was completely professional and the child didn`t even seem to mind.
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Male 2,796
People in general and this really stupid waste of life who calls herself a mother don`t seem to understand that they aren`t trying to find drugs or weapons on the six year old girl... they`re trying to find drugs or weapons that some idiot parent planted on an innocent six year old girl. There`s a drating difference. If preants never used their children as caddy`s for their nefarious bullpoo, then children would never be involved in this. So next time you point the finger (parents)... be sure to look in the mirror first. Jerk faces.
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Female 170
I`m NOT AT ALL for this, very much against, but at least she`s being very professional about it, using the back of her hand on sensitive areas and constantly saying what she`s doing.
Unfortunately the law`s the way it is, so at least try to make the best of it. People need to make a living and I bet this woman`s not really that happy with having to do this to a kid :/
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Male 798
God, people are so drating thick sometimes.
"Oh, well ya know them terrorists are going to plant bombs on 4 year olds at an airport to blow the plane up!"

Really? How many times has that happened in America, or the world even? You do know that there is NO security on private planes, don`t you? The thing is, terrorists are real clever. They could just hire a jet, fill it with explosives, and crash it into something if they were so drating eager. They HIJACKED a few planes ONCE.

We should be more worried about crazy dudes who sit in their basements making lists of people to kill. When a governor can`t go to a grocery store to speak without getting shot yet we focus on diddling kids for bombs at airports, that`s when you know our priorities are drated up.
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Male 798
[quote]She was hardly groped. Does her being 6 somehow make it so that nobody could use her to smuggle something?[/quote]

Security theater is a term that describes security countermeasures intended to provide the feeling of improved security while doing little or nothing to actually improve security.

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Male 812
This is wrong on so many levels..
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Male 1,182
like someone would never hide something on a child?
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Male 25,416
This is not cool, not cool at all
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Male 2,422
"Someone tell me how hard is it to arm pilots?"

True. Or sleeping gas that can be activated from a sealed roosterpit. Though neither will be very useful against bombs.
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Male 10,440
Someone tell me how hard is it to arm pilots?
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Male 1,610
[quote]My GOD i would rather be there my self in a pilot seat with a terrorist behind me than have my beloved country turn into this. If this is ok - then what`s the point? Really? How can you bare to walk around being scared all the time... and you want to sell more and more liberty to buy more and more "safety". Like a junkie looking for the next high - immune to any intervention. People keep on giving up their constitutional rights are gonna find them self in a quagmire of problems of historical proportions. Power shifts and ideology changes are not a theme of history. They are a human trait. Ignore that, and it will repeat itself.[/quote]
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Male 1,010
My GOD i would rather be there my self in a pilot seat with a terrorist behind me than have my beloved country turn into this. If this is ok - then what`s the point? Really? How can you bare to walk around being scared all the time... and you want to sell more and more liberty to buy more and more "safety". Like a junkie looking for the next high - immune to any intervention. People keep on giving up their constitutional rights are gonna find them self in a quagmire of problems of historical proportions. Power shifts and ideology changes are not a theme of history. They are a human trait. Ignore that, and it will repeat itself.
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Male 2,543
[quote] THAT is the problem with America.[/quote]

no, i think the problem is people taking sarcastic comments seriously.
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Male 2,033
@HalfPintRoo

It is a lot less invasive than using the palm and fingers. Were this TSA agent doing it the other way I could somewhat understand the complaints of groping.

It is kind of like when someone accidentally brushes your butt with the back of their hand in a crowded hallway or something as opposed to the guy that full-on grabs your ass.
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Female 2,764
I don`t understand how using the back of the hand means they aren`t "touching" them
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Male 371
Greyhound you blue shirted pieces of poo.
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Male 2,033
Weapons in the roosterpit. Heheh...cockpit.

Gunfights at 30 000ft sound like a great idea.

Maybe there should also be emergency snake releases in the overhead compartments.
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Male 13
Yea , if Obama`s little girls had to go through this poo for there monthly vacation , searches of children would end immediately . Hey Barry , let your little girls do this .
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Male 1,610
[quote]You really can;t think of a better place to cut funds?[/quote]

nice straw man argument. Lets not transform one humorous comment into a political flamewar over social security.
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Male 199
I don`t know how I feel about this.
On the one hand, the airports are owned by the government and one of the duties of our government is to provide protection, whether that be from oversea threats like terrorism or enforcing domestic policy like anti drug laws (not that I agree with those) The TSA obviously does a thorough job making sure that everyone is checked, because as we all know not just brown guys in turbans are terrorists, and not just mexicans hopping the boarder smuggle drugs. Kids are great ways to carry out these crimes BECAUSE people think they shouldn`t be checked.

On the other hand, perhaps the government should lay off the admittedly intrusive pat downs (terrorists can get crafty, and will often find ways to get explosives on a plane without anyone knowing), and instead focus on other ways to prevent terrorism, say by letting pilots keep armed weapons in the roosterpit so they aren`t completely helpless in the event of a hijacking?
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Male 527
The way she does her job is fine. She talks to the girl tells what she is doing and tries to be as neutral as possible.
The TSA agents i don`t like are the one who where working at JFK a few weeks back.
Talking about their weekends not guiding the passengers and giving lip when someone forgot to take their shoes off and letting me pass with a can of soda without detecting it at the scanner.

So not this woman (actually doing the job she is hired for by the government elected by the people) but those slackers i came across are the rotten apples of the TSA.
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Male 2,033
@Skypirate

The TSA`s yearly budget is $6.3 billion. to put that into perspective lets look at some other US spending...

The DoD budget for 2009 was $663.8 billion.
Social Security...$695 billion.
Hell, hereis a whole list (wiki warning).

You really can;t think of a better place to cut funds? THAT is the problem with America.
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Male 2,543
if we have such a huge budget crisis, getting rid of TSA seems like a good place to start
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Male 2,033
She was hardly groped. Does her being 6 somehow make it so that nobody could use her to smuggle something?

Welcome to the real world. Children make great mules for all sorts of things, from drugs to weapons to explosives. This happens not only in places like Boliva but in Americaand Canada.

This video is a great example of the TSA doing a proper job of providing security.
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Male 271
mother fu ckers
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Male 10,339
@Madest: SO if a TSA agent just happens upon an illegal substance, or item, then they should just ignore it because they are looking for terrorists.

That makes perfect sense.
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Male 1,931
Not to mention, if the goal of terrorism is to strike terror and paranoia into people, they have succeeded swimmingly.
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Male 1,931
The freedom`s we are willing to sacrifice for a false sense of security.
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Male 329
Groping?!?!? Seriously.. its a pat-down. Using back of hands with explaination as its being done what is being done. Like IceDragon77 said, one day a terrorist might be that sick. If they`re willing to fly planes filled with people of all ages into large buildings to level them onto thousands below, I`m sure they don`t care who gets killed or how. If the mom wants her kids to get through security she should dress them and herself (assuming they walked through the sensors together) in clothes that don`t have metal, etc.
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Male 63
This is uncomfortable to watch, however there are two points everyone needs to remember:
1) Children have been used to carry explosives and contraband
2) If we didn`t "randomly" check this child, but "randomly" checked the child of someone that might fit into a preconceived look, people would scream discrimination.
I hate the fact that we have stoop to this level, but this the reality of the world today (no matter what you may believe are the causes)
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Male 4,807
Looks like the Terrorist have won America.
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Male 1,629
@ciaolatina
no it`s sad that they HAVE to. because people will stash their poo on their kids
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Male 729
These people take these jobs for a reason.
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Male 1,287
[quote]recently i had to fly...to texas[/quote]
I`m sorry
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Male 2,384
this drating country
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Female 13
the lady conducting the search was very professional, however just watching it made me uncomfortable, and it`s ridiculous that they did a drug test on a 6 year old. ridiculous.
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Male 438
recently i had to fly from ohio to texas. i usually have to pay for what happened during the pat down.
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Male 490
*Shrugs* Im still waiting for a terrorist sicko to put some explosives on their child and send them into an airplane. It will happen eventually..
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Female 3,001
@willowwatch

apparently this technique has stopped no one
source
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Male 2,376
hahaha i just came here to say the same thing s9.. you win this time.. this time s9
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Male 91
The TSA agent just thought it was the girl that turned to the Dark Side on yesterdays post
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Male 7,378
In unrelated good news, Montel Williams paraphernalia charge that was discovered by a TSA search was dismissed because according to the judge: "a clean pipe is just a pipe". And also proving these a-holes aren`t looking for terrorists. This woman just wants to mess with mommies life.

Unconstitutionally shameful.
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Female 734
Just curious, anybody seen the video where they actually find something during the "pat down"?
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Male 253
There are still good hiding spots they`re not checking...yet.
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Male 975
@Forsquirrel

I always found it strange that there was absolutely no screening whenever I take a Greyhound bus. What`s to stop me from hijacking a bus and rigging it with explosives? It`d be just as easy as organizing a plane hijacking.

All this screening is bullpoo. Yea the agent did her job well, but the job she needs to conduct is poo in the first place.
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Male 1,287
Shifting baseline of civil liberties is nothing new in the U.S. Airport screening searches aren`t even the latest.
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Male 3,894
Ah, the old "use a little girl to endanger national security" trick.

We`re onto you, terrorists.
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Male 4,746
If I was a heartless drug smuggler, stuffing my drugs down my kids pants might be exactly what I`d do. Then, all the folks would protest, he/she wouldn`t get searched and I`d get my drugs through.
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Male 2,390
that`s drating retarded. meanwhile a million greyhound stations are being targeted. keep up the good work their.

How was your day honey?
Great. Got to touch another kid today.
Really?
Yep. Still not finding weapons of mass destruction.
There`s always tomorrow.
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Male 639
Erm... where exactly was the groping? I don`t understand what was wrong with this. If you don`t want your children examined then don`t fly. Simply.
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Male 43
@Engjin

"America is not the only country in the world that is targeted by terrorists. So why is it the only country in the world to use questionable and ineffective body scanners and invasive pat downs?"


You`re not......... but nice try. We`re defending the agent, not the practice.

if you wanna prevent terrorism... stop electing presidents one after the other who go to war for oil ;) (not saying that Canadian leadership is any better)

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Male 43
The drug test amused me. However I think this search was conducted professionally and respectfully. The child being searched didn`t seem too upset in the least.

Also I`d like to point out the mother was being positioned so she could monitor the search.

Need we remind everyone that all news/media are still businesses... and that every headline is worded for $$.
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Male 802
It`s so sad to see so many people defending this as ok. Yes of course it`s not "groping", but this is also not an effective means to stopping terrorism. All this is doing is making you more compliant to giving up your rights.
America is not the only country in the world that is targeted by terrorists. So why is it the only country in the world to use questionable and ineffective body scanners and invasive pat downs?
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Male 36,385
Because it`s MUCH more important to molest children and grannies than to RISK OFFENDING people by "profiling" certain groups.

Make everyone suffer equally, sounds positively Stalinist, eh?
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Male 423
What pompousass said
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Male 959
my two year old daughter got frisked at airport security. She managed to keep her thumb in her mouth the entire time.
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Male 5,094
Link Title Spun For Maximum Outrage.

I`m not saying I agree, I just hate sensationalism.
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Female 7,833
I agree it is just stupid to search people the way they do- but, the lady doing it did a good job. She told the child exactly what she was doing, did not scare or intimidate her so kudos to her. This whole terrorist alert has got out of hand- a fuss to prove how terrorised we are.
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Male 259
there is nothing wrong with it at all now that you have all accepted to be treated that way. the terrorists no longer need to do anything because the whole country`s sense of paranoia is costing you a fortune in time, money and dignity
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Female 1,743
The TSA agent didn`t grope her. Yes, it`s an inconvenience, but whatever. They`re just doing their job.
QQ moar.
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Male 10,339
Also, next time I am having sexy times with my wife, I am gonna rub her legs with the back of a gloved hand. That is obviously sexual.
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Male 10,339
What is wrong with this exactly?
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Male 325
OH MAN she SO JUST GO MOLESTED... CALL THE COPS... Seriously, If the tsa made exceptions for kids; Then where would someone hide a bomb or some sort of device,IF, and I say IF, some one was going to smuggle said object on a plane, where would they hide it? DING DING DING.. a child! Because they would know ahead of time that the child can not be touched.......
This TSA agent was kind did not scare the kid and when she was around her NO NO areas used back of the hand. So no gropey!
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Male 1,311
That wasn`t a groping. Show me a hot mother and i`ll show you a groping.
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Male 840
Somewhere in Pakistan, Osama Bin Laden and friends are laughing and high fives all around over this video.
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Male 1,010
@BrainBits: excactly my thoughts as well - it`s indoctrination and it reminds me of North Korea.

You may think it`s pointless to search a six year old, until you see that excact point :-)

I can`t believe that woman puts up with that job.. i would rather live in a tent than to be a part of this regime. On the other hand, history proves that a population will do anything as long as they feel they have the governments "blessing". Frightening...
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Male 1,122
Test was inconclusive. Prepare for deportation.
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Male 881
The terrorists have won.
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Male 13
The lady was pretty professional about it--it was obvious that she wanted the mom to know that she wasn`t being inappropriate. She was just following protocol, I did not just see a little girl get groped.
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Female 2,674
I didn`t see any groping either. And if it`s policy to pat down and check for whatever for any adult, then children shouldn`t be exempt either. If they were, parents could easily hide crap on their child to get past security without it being noticed. Some parents are sick like that. If your issue is with the policy then leave it at that, but children shouldn`t get special treatment and it isn`t groping just because it`s a child.
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Male 259
the terrorists have won....land of the free is now land of the oppressed...well done america
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Male 1,053
I didn`t see any groping...
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Male 219
I would of called the police the second they tried to grope my six year old.

drat her being a woman, it doesn`t make a difference.
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Male 868
she might be smuggling Cheerios!
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Male 445
Looks like a terrorist to me. MACE AND CUFF!

No, what it`s called is "Indoctrination" get them used to it now, that way when they`re older, you`ll have no problem taking their rights away.
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Male 37,888

This is the downfall of the U.S.
NOT the TSA. But that Americans complacently allow routine violations of person/property/information and do nothing about it.

I pitty the younger generation who will have to face the future.

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Male 6,694
Really ? Give me a break.
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Male 15,510
Link: 6 Year-Old Girl Terrorist Groped By TSA [Rate Link] - Because terrorism has many faces...
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