US Government Admits To Keeping Logs Of Nude Aiport Passenger Photos

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Naked photos of passengers from scanners were illegally stored in Florida, 35,000 photos in all. Another TSA lie exposed. Napitoliano claimed the machines were unable to save photos and it was their strict policy never to save the images.

What else are they lying about? Radiation is the main concern. I don't buy their claim that it is safe. Like with any x-ray device, I'm sure it pumps the body with radiation and puts frequent fliers at a high risk of getting cancer.

If you want the government to keep logs of nude photos of you that's fine, but I don't. Children have to walk through this device. How many pedophiles work in the TSA?


Anonymous said...

Of course they must save the photos. If there was ever anyone charged with carrying weapons or explosives, the photo would surely be included as part of the evidence used to convict them.

As for the safety, an x-ray is an x-ray. They can spin it any way they want, but people are being exposed to radiation--without the added protection measures used in the medical field.

Still, the ironic thing is that people will likely get an even higher dose from the flight itself. Combining the two, pilots, attendants, children and pregnant should probably avoid the scanner.

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