Complaining About TSA Molestation Will Get You Profiled as a TerroristKurt Nimmo
Apr. 17, 2011
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According to CNN, the government considers "arrogant complaining" about TSA Gestapo tactics at the nation's airports to be an indication of terrorist behavior.
Objecting to TSA goons molesting your six year old daughter is characterized as "contempt against airport passenger procedures" and will likely get you profiled as a "high risk" passenger and probably a terrorist.
Race, religion or ethnicity are not considered a "behavioral indicator," according to the government, even though terrorists supposedly acting on September 11, 2011, were Muslims, or so the government concluded after conducting a shoddy investigation, even though several members of the 9/11 Commission suspected deception on part of the Pentagon and consider its final report highly flawed.
"Expressing your contempt about airport procedures -- that's a First Amendment-protected right," Michael German, a former FBI agent who now works as legal counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, told CNN. "We all have the right to express our views, and particularly in a situation where the government is demanding the ability to search you."
TSA procedures also violate the Fourth Amendment and the sexual molestation laws of a number of states, but that has not stopped the feds from treating airline passengers as criminals to be searched at random or after they complain.
"The TSA says its security programs are informed by real-world situations and intelligence. Indeed, the immigration agent who refused to let the alleged '20th hijacker' into the United States in 2001 later testified that the man's arrogant behavior contributed to his suspicions," notes CNN.
CNN describes Mohammed al-Qahtani as the 2oth hijacker. Zacarias Moussaoui is also pegged as the 20th hijacker.
The FBI actively blocked an investigation of Moussaoui a month before the September 11, 2001, attacks. FBI agent Harry Samit blamed FBI headquarters for having "obstructed" the Moussaoui probe, which the government later portrayed as a lost opportunity to uncover information about the attacks.
Moussaoui was a member of the Finsbury mosque in London. The mosque's imam, Abu Hamza al-Masri, worked with two branches of the British security services, the Special Branch of the British police and MI5, the domestic counterintelligence service.