Call me crazy, but I still think U.S. Citizens should respond with "Am I being detained, or am I free to go?" "I do not consent to any searches." + stalwart silence until legal counsel arrives. I don't think citizens should disrobe themselves for their assailants, or in any way participate in their own violation. I think memories of having been intimidated into cooperation actually heighten the long term sense of violation. To have resisted, even passively, would probably feel better than a memory of being intimidated into cooperation. The people who act as Janet Napolitano's eyes, ears and hands must be made to know themselves for what they are: assailants. Coerced cooperation of the victims keeps the assailants from the pain and shame of self-knowledge, while increasing the humiliation of their victims. The deafening silence from the mental health community speaks volumes. The trauma deliberately inflicted on U.S. citizens by the DHS is profound, and likely to have long term consequences.