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The TSA and the First Amendment by Philip Weber


By Lisa Simeone - Posted on 23 July 2012

There was a lot of cheering last week when a Portland, Oregon judge found 50-year-old John Brennan not guilty of public indecency. Brennan is the software engineer who stripped naked to demonstrate that he was no threat when TSA agents started questioning him at a checkpoint last April.

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