Friday, 15 May 2015

Ever felt sexually harassed at the airport? - your worst suspicion confirmed

We all hate airport screenings and the worst part is being patted down by a stranger- that uncomfortable feeling that someone is taking advantage of the situation but you shake it off. Sorry but this report by Life Site News confirms your fears.
The Transportation Security Administration fired two employees after learning that a homosexual man abused his position as a TSA airport screener to grope "attractive" men's genitals. 

How did he do it?
The homosexual man colluded with a female TSA screener who ran the scanner at Denver International Airport. “When a male he finds attractive comes to be screened by the scanning machine, he would alert another TSA screener to indicate to the scanning computer that the person being screened is a female. When the screener does this, the scanning machine will indicate an anomaly in the genital area, and this allows [the male TSA screener] to conduct a pat-down search of the passenger’s front groin and buttocks area with the palm of his hands."
The female screener, after getting caught “admitted that she had done this for [the male TSA officer] at least 10 other times. She knew that doing so would allow him to perform a pat down on a male passenger that he found attractive.”
Following the investigation, the TSA released a statement, calling the groping "egregious and intolerable." The two Denver agents were fired, but no criminal charges have been filed.
The fired TSA workers were  identified as Ty Spicha, 27, and Yasmeen Shafi, 22.
Jason Edward Harrington, a former TSA agent who worked with the government agency for six years, said screeners will "often" pull attractive travelers aside so they can inappropriately touch them.
"It’s difficult to tell where airport security ends and sexual assault begins these days," Harrington said. "There are far too many federal hands on people’s private parts in airports."

Hmmm.... The ways people abuse power.

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