TSA In “Obscene” Grope Down Of Senior Citizen
Screeners touched grandmother’s breasts
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
TSA agents have once again been accused of conducting a strip-search on an elderly traveler after airport screeners carried out an “obscene” pat down on a 73-year-old grandmother during which they touched her breasts.
The incident occurred on Saturday at at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.
According to Eli Anselmany, TSA workers lifted his mother’s shirt in the middle of a public security area and proceeded to grope her private parts.
“Putting their hands on her breasts, under her bra, between her thighs, in her thighs. I mean this is a senior citizen for god’s sake. I understand some security issues, but this bordering on obscene” said Anselmany.
The TSA has refused to comment on the incident. Anselmany has contacted Senator John Tester and State Senator Joe Bayleat in an attempt to get justice.
Anselmany is calling for the TSA to re-evaluate its policies, noting that the federal agency “violates people’s civil rights left and right all the time.”
As we have previously documented, TSA agents seem to have developed a penchant for targeting elderly travelers for the most invasive treatment.