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FOIA Letters Reveal Shocking Cases Of TSA Groping Genitals

Hundreds of letters of complaint about the TSA’s invasive security procedures released this week under the Freedom of Information Act include numerous horror stories about TSA screeners directly touching people’s genitals during pat downs.

Following a FOIA request in 2010, the non-profit website Governmentattic.org has released the files after a two year battle with the TSA to make them public. The letters can be viewed here.

The letters confirm what we first reported back in 2010, that the TSA’s new security procedures for “advanced pat downs” include literally touching and in some cases groping the genitals of travelers.


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Systematic dehumanization

I'm fortunate that I haven't had to fly since the TSA was created, but when the VIPR teams are unleashed locally, safe travel will be a thing of the past: anyone can be pulled from their car and molested.

That's right

I call it 'gradual boiling of the frog' -- we are the frog.

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