Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Lisa Simeone, Feb 17, 2012.
There seems to be a pattern here: When people don't just roll over & pay the fines, they win. Phil Mocek @ Albuquerque is the best-know example. We really need a comprehensive list of known cases & their dispositions.
I have a bunch of them in my Master List. I'd have to go through the whole thing to pull them out but can do at some point.
What is it about this agency that they will apparently do everything within their power to keep cases out of court?
Because they don't stand a chance and fear being unmasked.
And once they actually lose cases, the precedence is set against them (even more.)
These aren't really TSA's cases. The arrests are made & tickets issued by local airport police, often those too old, dumb, slow, crooked to do real police work (ref. Albuquerque/Phil Mocek), in cahoots with TSA's lowlifes.
When you announce your intention to fight the charges, then the real prosecutors have to look at the cases, and that's where it often ends. When it does go farther, they tend to lose.
Without the blueshirts making the initial call, there wouldn't be any arrests at all.
Speaking of Phil Mocek I know he wanted to keep new discussion of his case quiet. I'm just wondering if any case has been filed in his counter against Albuquerque? I haven't found anything since the letter of intent sent by the First Amendment group.
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