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That's just freakin rediculous. I hope they sue the hell outta TSA. More lawsuits = more money the agency loses which means that hopefully, they change their policies that much sooner.
 

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Arkimedes said:
That's just freakin rediculous. I hope they sue the hell outta TSA. More lawsuits = more money the agency loses which means that hopefully, they change their policies that much sooner.
At least one district court has held that the plaintiff could not sue the TSA. The court stated the plaintiff should have sued the United States instead, but went on to state that such a suit would be denied because the sovereign immunity of the US had not been waived for suits arising out of assault or battery.

In the words of the soup nazi .... no suit for you!
 

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Aero....... man you are starting to worry me.
 

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AeroShooter said:
Next time I go traveling, think I'll go dressed like this guy:
It's been done.

A TSA supervisor and San Diego Harbor Police asked Wolynak to put his clothes back on "so he could be properly patted down," says his attorney.
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010 ... t-san-die/

Open carry advocate too.

Wolanyk successfully sued San Diego for false arrest after he was picked up in Mission Beach with an unloaded Glock 17 sticking out of the back of his shorts.

He was awarded $35,000.
 

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The problem with his stategy was that he stripped down. I won't beable strip down further without breaking the law.

Rugerer said:
AeroShooter said:
Next time I go traveling, think I'll go dressed like this guy:
It's been done.

A TSA supervisor and San Diego Harbor Police asked Wolynak to put his clothes back on "so he could be properly patted down," says his attorney.
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010 ... t-san-die/

Open carry advocate too.

[quote:1yl9uimd]Wolanyk successfully sued San Diego for false arrest after he was picked up in Mission Beach with an unloaded Glock 17 sticking out of the back of his shorts.

He was awarded $35,000.
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CoffeeMate said:
A TSA supervisor and San Diego Harbor Police asked Wolynak to put his clothes back on "so he could be properly patted down," says his attorney.
:faint:
Just goes to show you, their only interest is in "touching" you.
No, no, it gets better...

Wolanyk was arrested for refusing to complete the security process. A woman, identified by Harbor police as Danielle Kelli Hayman,39, of San Diego was detained for recording the incident on a phone.

Source: Passenger Chooses Strip-Down Over Pat-Down | NBC San Diego
 
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