Monday, July 22, 2013

For those who think the US Constitution does not apply in America

TSA Officials Agree to Training Program for Police on Travelers’ First and Fourth Amendment Rights


RICHMOND, Va.— In a victory for the U.S. Constitution, officials with the Richmond International Airport (RIC) have required that all RIC law enforcement officers take part in a two-hour training course on the First and Fourth Amendment rights of passengers, guests and/or vendors. The required training, with materials for the course on travelers’ First and Fourth Amendment rights supplied by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, was part of the settlement of a lawsuit filed on behalf of college student Aaron Tobey, who was arrested for engaging in a peaceful protest of the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) use of  whole-body imaging scanners and enhanced pat downs at RIC.

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The TSA and government LOST THIS ONE BIG TIME!

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