Why I Filmed My TSA Encounter

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
By Paul Martin

Motivation of My Filming of My TSA Encounter

by John Tyner
LewRockwell.com

A lot of commenters are saying that they agree with my position on the whole issue of TSA overreach, but many of them (and also those who disagree) are asking why I filmed the entire incident. Many are suggesting that my starting the recorder is evidence of an intention to pick a fight with the TSA. As I’ve stated repeatedly, I checked to see if SAN had AIT machines before flying. I tried to avoid the machine once I arrived at the airport. I did everything I could to avoid a confrontation with the TSA. I’ll admit that “if you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested” was not the most artful response, but I was trying to add some levity to a situation that I knew could escalate very quickly. The reason I started the recorder before placing it in the bin, though, is because of stories like this:

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