Archive for May, 2010

TSA’s Program to Spot Terrorists a $200M Sham?

May 19, 2010

Gov’t Accountability Office Finds Army of Specially Trained “Behavior Detection” Agents Failed to Stop Terrorists

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Body scanners being installed at major US airports

May 15, 2010

In a bid to ensure aviation security in the US, full body scanners are being installed at America’s 10 busiest airports, even as the step has sparked a controversy over the issue of privacy.

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TSA Incident Proves Authorities Are Engaged In Monumental Body Scanner Cover-Up

May 7, 2010

Officials have repeatedly lied claiming new devices do not show genitalia

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New high-tech screener triggered fight over manhood insult

May 6, 2010

A Transportation Security Administration screener is facing an assault rap after he allegedly beat a co-worker who joked about the size of the man’s genitalia after he walked through a security scanner.

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