Dying Woman Humiliated During TSA Patdown

Michelle Dunaj says she was denied a private screening before agents removed her bandages.
3:00 | 10/09/12

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As airport screening measures Paul travelers must constantly adjust to new requirements. Ms. Sheldon day try to do everything right for one of the last -- life. It is TSA humiliated -- I had five total balance of these today is dying of leukemia. And carried a large amount of prescription drugs -- sea -- last week for a trip to -- She called Alaska Airlines ahead of time for a wheelchair. And -- or medicine should be separated for the security line. I did everything I asked -- -- do so I didn't think it was going to be an issue but during the screening she says nothing went right. Machine couldn't get a reading -- saline bags so it TSA agent force one -- contaminating fluids she needs to survive. Because of organ failure and they also has beating two genders -- She says agents made -- -- shirt pulled back the bandages. With passengers -- she asked for privacy. Says he was full no -- just said that it was find the location Miller -- was fine TSA says officers are trained to perform pat downs and a dignified manner and at any point. Passengers can request a private screening with a witness present. Clearly -- a.'s request wasn't honored. -- a.'s website has information for people traveling with wheelchairs or unusual medicines and -- passengers contact them directly. The -- says she doesn't want other people with special needs to have the same bad experience. Final days are too precious to -- single moment being mistreated. And once somebody wants to take a trip especially what I call kind of liked her because you can see your family in -- baton. It becomes it's even more important than just taking a trip.

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