A man who stripped naked at a TSA security checkpoint in April to prove he wasn't carrying explosives was found not guilty of public indecency last week. The judge ruled the strip act was a protected form of protest.
The ruling was met with groans from TSA officers, but then, they're used to opinions going against them.
It's no secret there's a lot of anger directed at the 50,000 men and women employed by the TSA. Some of the criticism is justified and I'm thinking of those officers...Full Story