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DHS plans scanning DNA at checkpoints

DHS plans scanning DNA at checkpoints

TG Daily
February 28, 2011

Just when you think the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has enough wonderful toys to keep them busy, they go out and add another. Get ready to have your DNA screened by the DHS.

According to The Daily, DHS has plans to begin testing a portable DNA scanner. The device has not been revealed, but it reportedly resembles a desktop printer. It is expected to make genetic tests far more common, especially in cases related to refugees, human trafficking and immigration. Experts think it will soon make its way into everyday medical and law enforcement usage.

All it takes is a swab of saliva and security personnel can use the machine to gather genetic intelligence in less than an hour. The tests show personal details about one’s ethnicity, race and lineage. Current DNA test methods sometimes take several weeks.

Here’s a nice little quote from Richard Selden, the executive chairman of NetBio, the company that developed the scanners:

“This can be done in real time with no technical expertise. DNA information has the potential to become part of the fabric of day-to-day life, and this facilitates the process.”

Do you know what that means? It means that lowly, DHS approved morons are going to be in charge of gathering your DNA and running it into a machine. This company NetBio has stuck to the fast food mentality and taken something complicated like DNA science and made it really simple like the idiot proof fryer at KFC.

That’s great, people with a KFC IQ taking our DNA while employed for the government. That could only happen in America I tell you what.

The DHS is now going to sell people on taking DNA from them at checkpoints or whatever other situations they set up. Hell, they’ll probably start taking DNA as requirement for flying just to make sure you don’t have too much terrorist DNA in your blood.

DNA “Genetic Patdown” Introduced to Airports by DHS

 



New Airport Scanners Will See Through Bodies

New Airport Scanners Will See Through Bodies

NoWorldSystem.com
February 28, 2011

Australia will be trialling x-ray scanners at airports that can provide a crisp image of a persons insides.

Australian customs found 60 pounds of drugs inside the bodies of travelers last year, now legislation is before the Federal Parliament that would allow customs officers to use these new body scanners to view all objects beyond folds of skin instead of sending drug-smuggling suspects to hospitals for internal X-rays ordered by a doctor.

Millimeter-wave and BackScatter body scanners have failed miserably in detecting dangerous weapons; an undercover TSA agent successfully passed through security multiple times with a handgun. Adam Savage from Mythbusters came out and said the “TSA x-rayed my junk, but they missed 12-inch razor blades in my coat”.

The Millimeter-wave scanner can (supposedly) detect metal objects but is incapable of detecting plastics or liquid objects. The BackScatter can detect metal objects and some plastics but both are only capable of seeing through clothing and not folds of skin. This new scanner is a hospital-grade full-body scanner, the same method used for bone fractures and mammograms.
The scanners that will most likely roll out first are called Digital Radiography Scanners (DRS) that are being mass produced and ready to roll out as soon as governments decide to use them. They are currently used in some airports, mining and correctional facilities in a few countries, however this scanner is relatively new in U.S., Britain and Australia.

These types of x-ray machines are much more hazardous to the human organism than both of the millimeter-wave and backscatter combined. Radiography and Tomography machines are potentially deadly as they emit deep penetrating ionizing x-rays, through the human body. Researches find CT scanners will cause 29,000 cancers and kill nearly 15,000 Americans from diagnostic tests done in 2007.

Forget about scanners looking at your ‘junk’, in the near future we will all be zapped with deadly-doses of radiation for the sake of fatherland security.

Future Airport Scanners Will See Through Bodies

 



TSA frisks 9-year old after getting off a train

TSA frisks 9-year old after getting off a train

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1B3AubsTBo

TSA Airport Security Touching Children ‘s Genitals

Armed Agent Slips Past TSA Body Scanner

Seattle-Area Restaurant Refuses To Serve TSA Agents

 



Armed Agent Slips Past TSA Body Scanner

Armed Agent Slips Past TSA Body Scanner

NBC
February 18, 2011

An undercover TSA agent was able to get through security at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport with a handgun during testing of the enhanced-imaging body scanners, according to a high-ranking, inside source at the Transportation Security Administration.

The source said the undercover agent carried a pistol in her undergarments when she put the body scanners to the test. The officer successfully made it through the airport’s body scanners every time she tried, the source said.

“In this case, where they had a test, and it was just a dismal failure as I’m told,” said Larry Wansley, former head of security at American Airlines. “As I’ve heard (it), you got a problem, especially with a fire arm.”

Wansley said covert testing by the TSA is commonplace — although failing should be rare.

The TSA insider who blew the whistle on the test also said that none of the TSA agents who failed to spot the gun on the scanned image were disciplined. The source said the agents continue to work the body scanners today.

Wansley said that is a problem.

“This was only a test, but it’s critically important that you do something, because if that person failed in the real environment, then you have a problem,” he said.

The TSA did not deny that the tests took place or the what the results were.

The agency would only provide the following statement:

    “Our security officers are one of the most heavily tested federal workforces in the nation. We regularly test our officers in a variety of ways to ensure the effectiveness of our technology, security measures and the overall layered system. For security reasons, we do not publicize or comment on the results of covert tests, however advanced imaging technology is an effective tool to detect both metallic and nonmetallic items hidden on passengers.”

TSA agents who spoke to a reporter agreed that the body-imaging scanners are effective — but only if the officers monitoring them are paying attention.

Are planned airport scanners just a scam?

 



Woman sues after genitals were groped by TSA

Woman sues after genitals were groped by TSA

Daily Mail
February 11, 2011

A woman who claims to have been strip searched and aggressively groped for not declaring she was carrying raspberries across the border is suing U.S. authorities.

Loretta Van Beek, an interior designer, from Ontario, was travelling home from Georgia when she was sent for a secondary inspection in a windowless room.

The 46-year-old said the two female agents ordered her to strip and told her they were ‘about to get intimate’.

One agent then ‘aggressively groped her breasts and genital area’ for an extended period of time while the other one watched, it is alleged, before she was photographed, fingerprinted and sent back to Canada.

One agent then ‘aggressively groped her breasts and genital area’ for an extended period of time while the other one watched, it is alleged, before she was photographed, fingerprinted and sent back to Canada.

She was in the room with the agents for two hours.

The incident, which happened at the Ambassador Bridge last March, was heard in the U.S. District Court in Detroit on Wednesday.

The woman’s lawyer, S. Thomas Wienner, said his client was traumatised by the incident and wanted to find out if there had been other victims.

He told MailOnline: ‘Even after all this time she still feels traumatised about what happened and is still very upset about the experience.

‘We also have reason to believe that she is not the only person this has happened to.’

He said Ms Van Beek had no criminal record and had never encountered such treatment when crossing the border before on her frequent trips to Georgia.

She is suing for violation of the fourth amendment which protects people against unreasonable search and seizure.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it couldn’t comment on pending litigation.

Ms Van Beek’s case follows months of nation-wide outrage over the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) enhanced pat-down searches at airports.

It has been alleged airport staff are being more vigorous and intrusive in an effort to force more people to go through the full-body scanners.

More and more cases of security workers groping men and women, fondling children, and interrogating passengers emerge every week and a nation-wide bid to boycott the full-body scanners has been launched.

TSA: “Hey, I thought she was mine! I was gonna do her!”

Can Jesse Ventura Force a TSA Submission?

TSA PUTTING HANDS DOWN YOUR PANTS

TSA Airport Security Touching Children ‘s Genitals

 



US Government Helped Underwear Bomber Through Security

US Government Helped Underwear Bomber Through Security

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoDqUyqsxgg

US Government Allowed Flight 253 to Happen

Terrorist Allowed on Plane Without Passport

Flight 253 Terrorist Was Aided by Wealthy Indian Man

 



TSA PUTTING HANDS DOWN YOUR PANTS

TSA PUTTING HANDS DOWN YOUR PANTS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxnW2HWpigc

TSA Touching Children‘s Groin

Terrorist Allowed on Plane Without Passport