Skip to comments.TSA Ejects Oceanside Man from Airport for Refusing Security Check (No Touchy My Genitals)
Posted on 11/14/2010 5:27:33 PM PST by Dallas59
SAN DIEGO John Tyner won't be pheasant hunting in South Dakota with his father-in-law any time soon.
Tyner was simultaneously thrown out of San Diego International Airport on Saturday morning for refusing to submit to a security check and threatened with a civil suit and $10,000 fine if he left.
And he got the whole thing on his cell phone. Well, the audio at least.
The 31-year-old Oceanside software programmer was supposed to leave from Lindbergh Field on Saturday morning and until a TSA agent directed him toward one of the recently installed full-body scanners, Tyner seemed to be on his way.
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Rebel without a clue.
and so it begins..... for the first time, I appreciate those little phones and their gadgets~ to get the voices and pictures!!! you go guy!!
I’m ecstatic that this nutjob won’t be flying anymore and possibly delaying my flight.
Pass enough laws to make to everyone a criminal and you control the populace.
A fact that many freepers seem to overlook...
How long till Obama’s TSA passes a rule banning video/recording of security checkpoints to avoid embarrassing situations like this?
grab your ankles next time youre there, sheep
“Rebel without a clue.”
Since I spent several years in the US military 30+ years ago, through basic, “groped” once or twice, humiliated on purpose as part of training, no modesty in the open barracks .... a little airport security would be a piece of cake.
What a bunch of sissy whiners.
>> Im ecstatic that this nutjob wont be flying anymore and possibly delaying my flight.
Not everyone enjoys a rectal prior to boarding.
More really adult TSA behavior:
Yeah cause we all know how good security is at airports. perhaps we can give up more of our rights and make it even more special.
and men,....just carry an extra fez in your pocket...
any of you life long Catholics who went to school many years ago remember the nuns having a box of those lacy things to give to the girls for church?....the nun also had a box of ties for the boys.....geesh...the good old days....back when wearing a veil/headcovering for a woman in church was important and back when the boys had to wear ties....I'd go back in a second except now I know how it all turned out...
It does seem he was looking for a reason to start an argument.
Imagine what Patton would do with that complainer?
I got on Amtrak in Kansas City, with 7 huge giant suitcases, one weighed 90 lbs. I could have been bringing bombs into Chicago under the city...and gotten off at Naperville. If Al Queda wants to destroy America, there are 100 novel ways they’ll do it, TSA ain’t going to stop them at airports. They need to go flip hamburgers at McDonalds, and let all passengers on board carry guns, and dead bolt the pilots in the cockpit, and end this stupidity. They did a pat down search on my 94 yr. old mother in law with senility, she had knee replacement, and thought she was going to blow something up. They just need to PROFILE, Mid Eastern citizens, with names that rhyme with Mohammed, turbans, beards, middle aged burly men, and that is the end of this nightmare. Bring civility back to gov’t please.
“By buying your ticket you gave up a lot of rights,” countered the TSA supervisor.
It’s been a long time since I’ve read a scarier statement
It’s always been about you, right?
So it is supposed to be official conservative policy to accept some minor airport security, now? Sorry, I’m not a paranoiac. It’s still past 9/10 as far as I’m concerned.
I like these nutjob threads. They’re sport for a few minutes.
“Im ecstatic that this nutjob wont be flying anymore and possibly delaying my flight.”
......oh gosh, wouldn’t want anyone to delay YOUR flight. Yours is obviously the most important itinerary of all. Get over yourself, bucko.
Thumbsuckers belong under the bed.
What would Patton do with a guy feeling some other guys crotch just for the heck of it?
I travel A LOT. TSA security is a feel good exercise meant to sell airplane tickets. Anyone with intent could certainly smuggle just about anything on a plane. They MIGHT be stopped about 30% of the time.
Nobody is going to hijack another plane with a boxcutter.
You love being toasted by x-rays and felt up. Do you estatically bring along your wife and children for a family toasting and molestation session? Let’s see the family naked portraits!
Here’s another one.
I hope that that SOB gets the full weight of the law.
Captain Hyperbole is your spouse?
US Customs people are even worse.
Can't tell you when, but it'll be buried deep inside a huge bill, totally unrelated to security. Like an anthropology grant or something.
I posted this same article a few minutes ago, not having found it by searching FR. My clever comment was deleted by the big FR cheese, even after I forwarded the link to some friends who will think me goofy. Anyway, the gist of my post was “If you want to feel mine, can I feel yours?” I hope this guy gets a lot of support from the people...you know...power to the people...dump Nappy, etc. BTW...HuffPost dumps me sometimes, too.
Full weight of the law? He didn’t break any laws.
2. robo-signer phobiacs.
3. contrail exaggerators
4. airport security rebels
it was just his ringtone
Sadsack cretins like you belong somewhere else lame-boy. You have no regard for the respect due others, as you have no regard for your own integrity.
I see that scene play itself out every time I fly. Absolutely insane.
A strike against passenger molestation will cost them money as well as the destination events. Fewer days spent in hotels, unsold tickets to the Super Bowl and NCAA tournaments, Food logistics will become scrambled. We kicked the British out for less.
These people are unaccountable for their actions. They are bureaucratic aberrations. The federal government needs to be reigned in and these shitheads at TSA and many other alphabet agencies should be sentenced to jobs as muckers.
Patton would profile, and not waste time doing ridiculous security measures on people least likely to be terrorists. And if the profiled passengers complained he would slap them silly. And the man who is the subject of this thread would have high fived Patton as he breezed through security and on to his plane.
Patton would be smart enough to realize that the scanners and other so-called security measures (including crotch-grabbing) used by the TSA are all but completely ineffectual.
Imagine what Patton would do to the TSA guy that gropes him!
To qwertypie: Congratulations on your new safer world! Sorry about your freedom, although I doubt you’ll notice that it’s gone...
“”Did you really think we want those laws observed?” said Dr. Ferris. “We want them to be broken. You’d better get it straight that it’s not a bunch of boy scouts you’re up against... We’re after power and we mean it... There’s no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens? What’s there in that for anyone? But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced or objectively interpreted ? and you create a nation of law-breakers ? and then you cash in on guilt. Now that’s the system, Mr. Reardon, that’s the game, and once you understand it, you’ll be much easier to deal with.” (’Atlas Shrugged’ 1957)
This is big government at its best.
Create the problem by letting in lots of mohammedans through an insane immigration policy. Then when the muzzies start taking down airliners, instead of kicking them out, instead impose insane security measures on your own citizenry while going overboard not to give the impression of “profiling” the only people who create the risk. Frisk an 80-year old grandma in a wheelchair; wave on through a young Yemeni or Krapastani.
As Reagan said: Government isn’t the answer; it’s the problem.
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