TSA’s Pistole on invasive patdowns and nude scanners

by Lisa Simeone on April 21, 2013

Transportation Security Administration Chief John Pistole said over the weekend that the agency will limit private screeners to just 16 U.S. airports.
An admirably persistent reporter from WeAreChange.org (not mainstream media, of course) questioned TSA Administrator John Pistole the other day about the strip-search scanners and his euphemistically termed “enhanced patdowns.” Pistole is his usual weaselly self, dancing around questions, faux-caring, and lying. Here’s the video.

Don’t forget that the public comment period on the gropes and scanners is open now. Please put your comment in the public record. You can leave a comment about the TSA in the public docket here. You can get more information if you need it here.

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