A look into the lawless practice of detaining American citizens upon their re-entry into the country, and as part of that detention, literally seizing their electronic products — laptops, cellphones, Blackberries and the like — copying and storing the data, and keeping that property for months on end, sometimes never returning it.
Liberty News Network national correspondent Andy Ramirez tackles sexual predators at the Department of Homeland Security in a new video report.
A former Colorado Transportation Security Administration employee has been sentenced to 24 months in federal prison for attempting to sabotage terror watch list computers.
“He asked me, ‘Do you have a lap top?’ and I said, ‘Yes,’ and he put it in the bin,” said Maureen Doley, a victim of TSA theft.
Maureen Doley’s lap-top disappeared into the x-ray machine, and she never saw it again. Doley is convinced a TSA agent took it.
Claims that leaked security failure figures are “outdated” are easily debunked
Well, now it’s not safe for you to bring any personal documentation with you through the airport checkpoints. I wonder why this individual just didn’t refuse to provide them his credit cards?
When the supervisor walked over to Matt and Heather, he informed Matt that it was a FEDERAL OFFENSE to film security in airports. When Heather and Matt challenged this, he grew increasingly angry. He continued repeating that it was a federal offense yet when he was questioned about the law he was unable to provide an answer.