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TSA and Stop and Frisk? Does anyone else find it interesting that TSA has fewer legal requirements (Reasonable Suspicion according to the law) than police to frisk a person boarding an aircraft where there is no indication an illegal act is occurring? At the airport yesterday, there were quite a few folks undergoing "pat downs" or frisks without what I would consider any legal justification. I guess TSA is not subject to the same legal constraints and people getting on aircraft automatically give up their rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Could be an interesting legal discussion....

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