Ach und P.S.:

„We are your neighbors, friends and relatives. We are 50,000 security officers, inspectors, directors, air marshals and managers who protect the nation’s transportation systems so you and your family can travel safely. We look for bombs at checkpoints in airports, we inspect rail cars, we patrol subways with our law enforcement partners, and we work to make all modes of transportation safe.“

jaha, wer sowas ist, der ist auch sowas:

After a few minutes, I asked loudly across the distance if I was free to leave. The man dismissively held up a finger and said, „hold on“. I waited. After another minute or so, he returned and asked for my name. I asked why he needed it, and reminded him that the female supervisor/agent had already taken a report. He said that he was trying to be friendly and help me out. I asked to what end. He reminded me that I could be sued civilly and face a $10,000 fine and that my cooperation could help mitigate the penalties I was facing. I replied that he already had my information in the report that was taken and I asked if I was free to leave. I reminded him that he was now illegally detaining me and that I would not be subject to screening as a condition of leaving the airport. He told me that he was only trying to help (I should note that his demeanor never suggested that he was trying to help. I was clearly being interrogated.), and that no one was forcing me to stay. I asked if tried to leave if he would have the officer arrest me. He again said that no one was forcing me to stay. I looked him in the eye, and said, „then I’m leaving“. He replied, „then we’ll bring a civil suit against you“, to which I said, „you bring that suit“ and walked out of the airport.

Das ganze gibt’s in epischer Breite hier – und ist einfach zu cool, um’s nicht zu verbreiten ;)

http://johnnyedge.blogspot.com/2010/11/these-events-took-place-roughly-between.html

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