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IN BRIEF

Homeland Security Chief Asks “Patience” with Airport Scans, Frisks

NOVEMBER 15, 2010

“The nation’s Homeland Security chief asked for air travelers’ ‘cooperation’ and ‘patience’ with full-body scanning and pat downs this holiday season amid a growing public backlash that the airport tactics are intrusive.” (USA Today)

Heck no!

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