The three women who were strip searched by low life TSA screeners at JFK a few Thanksgiving’s ago have file suit against the agency for damages incurred by TSA’s reprehensible and abusive searches. As usual, TSA denies any wrongdoing without explaining why the issued a formal public apology a few weeks after the incidents came to light.

This is only one of several incidents but is noteworthy because all three occurred on the same weekend at the same airport.

Other incidents include Russian reporter Ksenia Sobchak, Ohio mother and blogger Shoshana Hebshi and an unidentified male cancer victim. The attempt by John Pistole, the outgoing child-molester-in-chief to extricate the agency from the abusive policies that he instituted by exempting politicians and Federal workers from screening and arbitrary assignment of Pre-Check clearance have now led to an even more chaotic situation than before this degenerate proposed them and don’t do anything assure airline security.

Hopefully what remains of our civil justice system will hold the agency and its employees accountable for their terrorism of the traveling public, particularly the young, elderly, pregnant women and those with medical conditions. While criminal prosecutions would be more appropriate, a civil judgment is much more realistic and would confirm the criticisms of many TSA opponents whose complaints have long been trivialized and ridiculed by the agency and Statists who support them.

Elderly women sue TSA screeners who allegedly strip-searched them at Kennedy Airport

BY John Marzulli – NEW YORK DAILY NEWS – November 26, 2014

Three elderly women — one a 91-year-old — are suing the clueless airport screeners who suspected they were terrorists and allegedly subjected them to humiliating strip-searches.

The women, all residents of Florida, apparently aroused the suspicion of the federal Transportation Security Administration screeners because of the medical devices attached to their bodies.

Linda Kallish, 69, had an insulin pump attached to her thigh, Lenore Zimmerman, 75, was wearing a back brace and Ruth Sherman, 91, had a colostomy bag, according to the women’s separate suits filed Tuesday in Brooklyn Federal Court.

The TSA later issued an apology for any misunderstanding but denied allegations of the strip-searches at Kennedy Airport.

Three elderly women — one a 91-year-old — are suing the clueless airport screeners who suspected they were terrorists and allegedly subjected them to humiliating strip-searches.

The women, all residents of Florida, apparently aroused the suspicion of the federal Transportation Security Administration screeners because of the medical devices attached to their bodies.

Linda Kallish, 69, had an insulin pump attached to her thigh, Lenore Zimmerman, 75, was wearing a back brace and Ruth Sherman, 91, had a colostomy bag, according to the women’s separate suits filed Tuesday in Brooklyn Federal Court.

The TSA later issued an apology for any misunderstanding but denied allegations of the strip-searches at Kennedy Airport.

The agency also outraged a modest public when it sought to force people to pass through full-body scanners — a plan it later dropped.

To add insult to injury, Wired wrote in August about researchers slipping weapons past the despised devices.

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