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 November 23, 2010  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

The Associated Press reports:

An Arkansas man has filed a federal lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration, claiming that the agency’s new screening rules are detrimental to his “emotional, psychological and mental well-being.”

Robert Dean filed the lawsuit Monday in federal court in Little Rock, even though the Little Rock National Airport does not yet have the full-body scanners that have drawn criticism throughout the country. Dean’s lawsuit asks a federal judge to issue an injunction stopping the TSA from conducting full-body pat-down searches and using the full-body imaging scanners.

Read more in the Washington Post.

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