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Monday, August 01, 2005

# Vin Suprynowicz at The Las Vegas Review-Journal - Sexual assault victim could go to prison - on the conviction of retired teacher Phyllis Dintenfass for "assaulting" a Taking Scissors Away screener, in self defense. I'm scheduled to fly to Vegas in September for a business conference. I rue facing those nazi goons. I'll probably just breeze through, but there is a definite possibility that I'll lose it and do something rash.
At the conclusion of the kangaroo trial of uppity groping victim Phyllis Dintenfass, U.S. Attorney Steven Biskupic said TSA officers perform a vital service and are entitled to protection from assault.

In fact, these traitorous scum, who daily violate their sacred oaths to protect and defend our Constitution, do not perform a vital service, or even a marginally useful one, unless it's a "vital service" to condition an entire people to abandon our rights to privacy, dignity and to be free of unreasonable, warrantless searches. Most of this rigmarole was already in place on Sept. 11, 2001, and it stopped not a single intended hijacker -- not a one. It would not stop them today, since metal detectors do not pick up plastic box cutters.

The American populace is being conditioned with incredible speed to accept the conditions of a de facto police state with no regard to our privacy or dignity, let alone the solemn guarantees of the Fourth Amendment.
[End the War on Freedom]

This is an example of why I don't fly any more.
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