I reported on a lawsuit against the unconstitutional and criminal Transportation Security Agency on Thursday regarding a man who had to purchase another ticket due to the TSA not being efficient enough to get him on his flight, when he should have sued on Fourth Amendment violations. Now, a 19-year-old St. Jude disabled girl is suing the criminal agency for bloodying and bruising her during a scuffle with the TSA and airport police.
The 19-year old was headed home to Chattanooga after treatment for a brain tumor at St. Jude Hospital June 30, 2015.
It’s a trip they’ve made for 17 years.
This time, an unarmed Hannah, set off the metal detector at a security checkpoint
“They wanted to do further scanning, she was reluctant, she didn’t understand what they were about to do,” said her mother Shirley Cohen.
Cohen told us she tried to tell TSA agents her daughter is partially deaf, blind in one eye, paralyzed, and easily confused, but said she was kept at a distance by police.
Her mother added, “She’s trying to get away from them but in the next instant, one of them had her down on the ground and hit her head on the floor. There was blood everywhere.”
There is no excuse for this kind of tyranny. It is unacceptable and those involved should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for their behavior and lose their jobs, never to work in any kind of public service again.
In fact, the Fourth Amendment applies as no one has actually committed and been convicted of a crime. Therefore, someone like Hannah should not have been subjected to any kind of illegal search or seizure by those tied to the central government for any reason whatsoever. The protections of the rights described in the Fourth Amendment are as follows:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and noWarrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
As if this was not enough, young Hannah was arrested and booked on the very evening that she would have celebrated the end of her treatment. However, a criminal agency and infringement on her rights not by Barack Hussein Obama, but by George W. Bush and the Congress that instituted this tyranny, which Obama continues, did not allow that to happen.
Interestingly enough, the charges against Hannah were later thrown out by those that were supposed to follow the law and uphold her rights, not infringe on them.
However, the family filed lawsuit against both the Memphis Airport, Airport Police and the TSA.
While neither of these defendants would comment, TSA spokesperson Sari Koshetz did release a statement saying, “Passengers can call ahead of time to learn more about the screening process for their particular needs or medical situation.”
Well, that’s nice, but they shouldn’t have to according to the Fourth Amendment Sari. It was written to protect us against the tyranny being imposed on American citizens by the threats of terrorism, which our own government supports.