Is it possible to strike a balance between safety and our fundamental rights as humans and Americans?
The millimeter wave scanner went into service last fall at the Minneapolis St. Paul airport. [Above is] an example of what you look like to the eyes of the government.
The way he figures it…the pat downs — “offensive touching, gripping and rubbing” of his genitals — constitute unreasonable search and seizure, and meet the definition of sexual assault under Minnesota law, he argues. The full body scans are the subject of scientific criticism over potential health issues, and together they violate his Fourth Amendment rights…for the rest.
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