State warning to TSA: Stop breaking the law (Video)

'We won't be able to walk across street without going through checkpoints'Posted: November 15, 2010 9:22 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily

New Jersey state lawmakers today demanded that Congress review the Transportation Security Administration's new "enhanced" security screening of airline passengers that involves either an X-ray scan revealing a virtually nude image or a full-body pat-down that touches private parts.

And just as state Sen. Michael Doherty and others in Trenton announced resolutions calling on Congress to review the TSA procedures and complaints from travelers, a former top TSA official admitted on a Fox News Channel appearance what many passengers already knew: The procedures are legally questionable.

Mo McGowan was asked if the government could find a reasonable compromise that could detect terrorists without molesting adults and children.

"That's a great question," said the former director of TSA security operations. "I don't think that there is. We're not dictating these events that are occurring. Events are happening across the world … driving us as a society to have to go to these measures.

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