A Miami business man filed the first ever lawsuit (.pdf) against the Terrorist Support Agency's new and "improved" scope and grope procedures in November 2010. In it he calls for a relief injunction to end the more invasive screening procedures that are now commonplace in America's airports. His aim is to keep the lawsuit in the US District Court so that the procedures undergo full discovery, evidence, and jury findings. Unsurprisingly, TSA responded that the matter should go through its own kangaroo court in the Appellate system. In so doing, the outcome is likely predisposed in TSA's favor, no evidence can be presented, and a jury will not hear findings of fact. A brief timeline follows that we'll keep updated as the proceedings progress. You may also follow developments by reading the blog he publishes about the case.