A cheerful child holds his shirt open for the scanning. His other hand is lofted for a high-five. If that doesn’t spell fun, you might be a terrorist.
TSA calls incident “isolated” and under review.
Arato also admitted in court that he had regularly stolen money from passengers who went through his checkpoint.
These steps might include setting up surveillance cameras in airports to provide evidence for such legal actions, legal opinions by state attorneys general helping to validate the law suits, the preparation of “Sue-The-TSA” kits with instructions and legal documents which could be used in the law suits, and even grants to law schools to set up clinics to help citizens file actions where warranted, suggests Banzhaf.
It was a drill, but the trouble was no one had told the cops, who thought it was real.