October 27, 2010 Court, Surveillance
Michael Roberts, the pilot who refused to go through a full body scanner, is suing the TSA. Jamel Major reports:
A Mid-South pilot who refused a full-body scan at Memphis International Airport is suing the TSA. Michael Roberts and attorneys at the Rutherford Institute are suing the federal government over air passenger screening procedures.
“We’re basically challenging the constitutionality of the new policies under the 4th Amendment,” Roberts said Tuesday.
A pilot with ExpressJet Airlines, Roberts was in full uniform and trying to commute to his job in Houston when he refused to submit to a full body scan and pat down at Memphis International Airport.
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