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Miss America Sexually Molested by TSA

Miss America Sexually Molested by TSA
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Kurt Nimmo
April 27, 2011

In the video below, the former beauty queen who held the Miss America title in 2003, Susie Castillo, says a TSA “screener” fondled her vagina during an intrusive pat-down.

Ms. Castillo was subjected to the groping after she refused to enter a naked body scanner at the airport in Dallas, Texas.

In late 2010, the TSA put in place new procedure guidelines instructing agents to use their “palms and fingers” to “probe” airline customer bodies for hidden weapons, including breasts and other private parts.

On April 15, CNN reported that people who complain about naked body scanners and intrusive airport pat-downs will be investigated as terrorists and criminals.

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Lawmakers around the country have introduced legislation designed to rollback the pat-downs after the public and airline employees voiced complaints. In March, legislation was introduced into the Texas House of Representatives directly challenging the authority of the TSA in airports within the state and specifically aimed at criminalizing the use of naked body scanners and enhanced pat-downs.

In November of 2010, chief deputy DA and incoming DA of San Mateo County Steve Wagstaffe told the Alex Jones Show his office will prosecute TSA employees who engage in lewd and lascivious behavior while conducting pat-downs at the San Francisco International Airport. Wagstaffe told Alex Jones that county police will be sent into the San Francisco International Airport. If they witness TSA employees engaged in criminal conduct, they will make arrests and the DA’s office will prosecute.

In January, former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura launched a lawsuit against the TSA for subjecting him to humiliating pat-downs as he traveled for his work as the host of the popular TruTV show Conspiracy Theory. Ventura said that he would “no longer be forced by the TSA to prove he is not a criminal or terrorist.”

Earlier this week, Janet Napolitano, head of the Department of Homeland Security, said the TSA had the authority to conduct an intrusive pat-down on a six year old girl. “Parts of the pat down, in another setting, clearly constituted the kind of inappropriate touching that, if done by anyone else, would have resulted in charges of child abuse and sexual assault. The pat down even caused the little girl to cry, her parents later said in televised interviews,” writes J. D. Heyes.

In November, an Alex Jones employee related her experience with the TSA in Denver. Her children were subjected to the intrusive pat-down procedure.

Castillo is currently a spokeswoman for Neutrogena and has appeared on a number of television shows, including the ABC Family reality television series, America’s Prom Queen.

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She also held the title of Miss Massachusetts Teen USA in 1998.

Telegraph Blasts Alex Jones on Royal Wedding

Telegraph Blasts Alex Jones on Royal Wedding
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Tim Stanley
The Telegraph
April 27, 2011

Americans are obsessed with the royal wedding – although not always in the way that you might expect. For some it’s a love story, for others an affirmation of how charmingly Old World the British are. But for a vocal minority, it’s nothing less than a propaganda stunt for the New World Order.

Watch this astonishing rant by Tea Party champion and radio show host Alex Jones. Jones is a magnet for conspiracy-minded Americans of Left and Right, and it was he who hosted Charlie Sheen when the actor demanded a meeting with President Obama to discuss the 9-11 “cover-up”. A couple of days ago, Jones gave this broadcast on the wedding and let rip a wave of Tea Party anger. With helpful graphics photoshopped from Wikipedia, Jones reminds listeners that America was founded in rebellion against the British monarchy (who, he insists, are in fact German). “The very essence of July 4 and 1776,” he says, “is resistance to the disgusting house of Windsor”.

Jones is right to expose the paradox of a republican culture that obsesses about a foreign monarchy. But he goes on to draw lines between totally unconnected dots. The House of Windsor is “a tyrannical group promoting eugenics, population reductions, all the carbon taxes”. Golly. Apparently, the Queen regularly shuts down Commonwealth parliaments and is the head CEO of all those banks that Obama bailed out. She is the captain of a conspiracy to create a “worldwide government”, which will “close down the competition and redistribute the people’s wealth into off-shore cartels. These people are parasites, they’re disgusting, they’re filthy and if we want to reclaim the spirit of 1776, we should realise how abhorrent monarchy is in all of its forms.”