Archive for December 7th, 2010

Body scanners installed at Dayton International Airport

December 7, 2010

Some travelers at Dayton International Airport are now being asked to go through full-body scanning machines, as the local airport has joined dozens of others across the country to use the controversial security equipment.

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Denver NWO Airport Underwear Interviews from WAC Colorado

December 7, 2010

At the New World Order Denver Airport ,WAC Colorado conducts Underwear Interviews with the sleeping traveling public about the Nazi TSA Radiation Body Scanners and the “Enhanced Feel Ups”.

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TSA workers, experts worry about radiation exposure

December 7, 2010

The TSA and its contractors had failed to identify the machines that were emitting excessive radiation — a failure that continues to leave TSA workers and some lawmakers uneasy, especially as the agency continues to deploy hundreds of controversial radiation-emitting machines to help screen passengers.

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TSA: No more overseas airmail packages over one pound allowed

December 7, 2010

DHS continues to tighten the noose of tyranny around the collective neck of America with a recent announcement from the Japan Post Services Co. (JPSC), the Japanese postal service, that no more airmail packages over one pound will be permitted for shipment into the U.S.

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Don’t pat down passengers, just talk to them, security expert says

December 7, 2010

North Americans would be better off focusing efforts on “sophisticated intelligence gathering and analysis, coupled with observing non-verbal behaviour.”

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Lawmakers call on TSA to release X-ray inspection records

December 7, 2010

Members of Congress are calling on the Transportation Security Administration to release inspection reports that would show whether airport X-ray machines that screen passengers and bags are regularly meeting requirements to emit only low levels of radiation.

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Testing the TSA policy on photographing checkpoints at Miami International Airport

December 7, 2010

On the day before Thanksgiving, what is supposedly the busiest day of the year for airline travel, a friend and I ventured to Miami International Airport to test the Transportation Security Administration’s policy on photographing security checkpoints.

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