TSA Working Hard to Save Us From 95-Year-Old Diaper Bombers

The Transportation Safety Agency announced on Sunday that it is standing by the June 18 decision of agents at the Northwest Florida Regional Airport to conduct an intrusive patdown inspection of a 95-year-old woman with leukemia who is in a wheelchair, which culminated in the elderly woman removing her Depends undergarment so that the agents could inspect the diaper for contraband or weapons.

The 95-year-old woman was en route to Michigan to visit relatives before moving in to a nursing home. Her daughter, Jean Weber, was traveling with her, and told reporters that she burst into tears watching her mother be subjected to the indignities.  Because Ms. Weber started crying, the agents then moved on from the 95-year-old woman and subjected her daughter to an intrusive patdown, which resulted in such lengthy delays that Ms. Weber missed the flight to Michigan, and her mother traveled without her and without any underpants all the way north.


I would be in a Federal Prison right now if they pulled that shit on my Grandmother.

@Tommmcatt Be Fat, And That Be That: Yeah, if I were the daughter, I wouldn’t have handed the wet diaper to the agent to inspect – it would have the full force of my overhand throwing skills propelling it towards his face.

The TSA freaks live to subject the helpless to all the horror and indignities they can inflict. DCA is a circus of crimes against the infirm. Seven out of 8 times I got through the passenger humiliation line, there is a wheelchair in pieces and a TSA psychopath yanking on the victim’s limbs and wanding them.

@FlyingChainSaw: And the goons are probably beating the people with their prostheses. I was thisclose to sending you this story so that you could give it the full Chainsaw treatment in a post.

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