Thursday, May 16, 2013

Naked TSA Protester Fights Fine

We have talked in the past about TSA lawsuits, but suing is not the only way travellers have expressed their displeasure at the TSA.

Last April, John Brennan took off all his clothes at the TSA checkpoint in Portland, as a protest against additional screening procedures.

Lowering the Bar has been covering this story from the beginning (here, here, and here), including Brennan's not guilty verdict for indecent exposure.

But now, Brennan is back in court, appealing the TSA's fine of $1,000.

KATU Portland (with video of TSA workers surrounding Brennan with containers, to shield him from view)

ABA Journal

Huffington Post