Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by FetePerfection, Jun 7, 2011.
I wonder if you can find a diagram or photo of a holding pen, also known as unlawful detention?
I created this thread to get some posts out of the way so FS could consolidate his lists of airports w/ Nude-O-Scopes.
Geez, I hope we don't have to bail you out of jail for interfering with the screening process or any such nonsense like that
If we get enough referrals from the Amazon link, we can help out with his bail ... in a few months.
If he's out of commission for a few months, perhaps we need to look for an honorary moderator with a penchant for dissension, alienation and flying on a broomstick...hmmm where oh where do we look?
Knowing the DEN TSA, they'll probably call a Code-Bravo.
Thanks, Mike! If they allow me to use a computer in jail, then my Amazon shopping may help me out
I'm broke, but I can provide moral support.
Decided against taking my DSLR and telephoto, so I just snapped a photo with my iPhone.
Taken in Denver. One thing I found interesting, is that almost everybody in line at the x-rays had an annoyed look on their face. Perhaps more people are tired of the TSA antics..
Good example of unlawful detention - thanks for risking your freedom!
This is an area that I would really like to get clarification on. Can we find something that will hold-up against a clerk or two+ striper that tries to order a passenger into one?
I second this. I'd claim claustrophobia and thus a "medical" grounds for refusal but even so that's not guaranteed to work...is it?
RE: claustrophobia, I recall seeing someone post once that they used just that, perhaps in the opt out thread?, and were allowed to stand outside of it.
Doesn't matter, though, as it's still bogus.
I also have a feeling that TSA would claim it must be used because of the crazy checkpoint environment, completely leaving out the part that it is that way because of TSA...
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