“A TSA office asked the Marine to stand and walk to an alternate area, despite the fact that he physically could not stand or walk on his own. With numerous TSA officers sitting and unwilling to assist, an officer then made him remove his legs, then put them back on, only to advance to a secondary screening location where he was asked again to stand, with extraordinary difficult, while his wheelchair was examined for explosives,” [California Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter] said.
.... The incident occurred at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor airport last week, as a group of Marines was returning to San Diego.
Full story at the Washington Times.
Can states refuse the presence of the TSA? Because I am definitely NOT going to write to my useless, non-representive U.S. Senators, only to receive their blind, deaf and dumb response(s) in a one-size-fits-all pre-written form letter.
Been there, done that.