Mar 152011
 March 15, 2011  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

Photo by Henrico Police Dept.

Remember the young man who stripped down to his underwear to protest TSA’s invasive security screening procedures? Pictures of him with the text of the Fourth Amendment painted on his chest got national attention at the time, and although he was charged with disorderly conduct, the charges were later dismissed. Well, they may have dismissed their charges against him, but he still has something to say about them, and he’s saying it in court. Frank Green reports in the Richmond Times-Dispatch:

A Charlottesville man arrested last year for taking his clothes off at a security checkpoint at Richmond International Airport has filed a lawsuit against the airport and federal officials.

In a complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Richmond on Thursday, Aaron B. Tobey, 21, alleges that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration and airport officials violated his constitutional rights.

Read more in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

h/t/, @kashhill

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