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Police: Man strips naked at Oregon airport in TSA protest

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(CNN) -- A 50-year-old man who said he felt that airport screeners were "harassing" him stripped naked at Portland International Airport, police in Oregon said. (www.cnn.com) Más...

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JReinertsen
He's simply showing the agents there as well as the public that he doesn't have anything on him. Personally, is what he did any less embarrassing then being publicly groped and mocked by gov. officials?
pilot0987
pilot0987 4
at least with the grouping you don't have to pay fines for.
philmallison
phil allison 6
Statement from the story - "TSA partners with the traveling public to screen all passengers safely and efficiently."

What a pile of gov't propaganda. PARTNERS WITH THE TRAVELING PUBLIC, John's white a**!

Totalitarian goons don't partner with anyone. They force and compel by threat of incarceration or bodily harm.

Where are the ACLU sellouts on this massive civil rights violation case?
TiredTom
Tom Bruce 6
haven't we all been there? disgusted with the system and not willing to take it anymore...
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 2
It looks like he wanted to take it!!!
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 5
Hope TSA manages to piss off some 21 year old gal next time I'm in line.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 0
Hopefully it's a mid 30's milf
howej011
Joseph Howes 3
i don't blame him because they sought of do go right through your clothes but it is for security reasons only, since 9/11 security has had to be stepped up.
Anc1entMar1ner
Tell the administration to withhold funding from TSA until they respect the Constitution and the traveling public:

http://wh.gov/RPx

1. Remove and destroy all imaging machines that potentially can "see" under our clothing.
2. Cease and desist all invasive patdowns that involve touching genitalia unless there is probable cause to believe that the individual has committed a crime.
3. Cease immediately harassment of people who assert their constitutional rights during airport screening.

http://wh.gov/RPx

Thanks for signing.
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 2
The man certainly put his shortcomings on display.
6at1
Clive Peterson 2
Looks like he wanted a body cavity search, as much as I think TSA are a waste and dog and pony show, being a jerk like this helps nothing, and might even trigger an airport clearance, which effects countless people who had nothing to do with this.
rick737
richard weiss 2
If he had taken it down to a Speedo, he would been on his way.
n7224e
BC Hadley 7
As with so much in life, the key is knowing when to stop.
JJ7
JJ Johnson 2
The Revolution is beginning. They start small and isolated. Soon it will be widespread all over America. The TSA is the first step of a totalitarian State. It's time we nip it before it spreads. Issue all the flight crews a 45 with an extra clip. If some MUSLIM MALE threatens a flight crew descend down to non pressurized altitude, open the cabin door and throw His Muslim BUTT OUT. Problem solved.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 2
I love it when PC gets thrown to the wind.

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WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
Many airline pilots are legally armed while flying.

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WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
Well I wouldn't exactly say he offered a workable plan. Doubt throwing someone out of the plane will get much traction. Lol
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 0
Where were you when they were handing out intelligence??? At the back of the line???
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
Hell, I missed the whole line! Lol
kb9uwu
Matt Comerford -1
it's truly frightening that we have share the same air
sparkie624
sparkie624 1
Wonder if they did a Body Cavity Search? Wouldn't surprise me with TSA standards.
99NY
99NY 1
What a nutbag. Literally.
RobSJC
Thanks to Portland (PDX) PD .. we don't need this guy in town here !! lol
aquia201
aquia201 -4
I feel bad for the kids that may have been nearby.

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