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Anti-TSA activist during agent’s patdown: ‘She just touched my vagina’

A Canadian woman’s latest video of herself encountering the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) patdown procedures shows a female agent’s hand moving through her groin area, illustrating what she describes as a common violation of passenger privacy. “This happens pretty frequently, the TSA touching people’s genitals,” Ashley Jessica said to KFMB-TV…

Activists mock Georgia ‘mind control’ senator for nonexistent radio show

Activist group Better Georgia said on Tuesday it is calling on Gov. Nathan Deal (R) to fire the former state senator he allegedly steered toward a radio broadcasting job for not actually doing any programs since taking the position. “Chip Rogers started his taxpayer-funded job 128 days, 18 hours, 3…

Seattle police pay $20,000 for cover-up involving violence against protesters

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) paid the Seattle Times $20,000 after admitting to withholding an internal memo criticizing the department’s response against protesters in a May 1, 2012 demonstration. The Times reported on Tuesday that the department confessed to violating the state’s Public Records Act by not making the memo,…

Pennsylvania parents arrested after driving daughter in dog cage

A Pennsylvania couple was arrested Monday night after motorists spotted them allegedly transporting their 10-year-old daughter inside a dog cage on the back of a pickup. The Pittsburgh Tribune reported on Tuesday that the child’s mother, 29-year-old Abbey Carlson and stepfather, 30-year-old Thomas Fishinger, were charged with endangering the welfare…

Florida police warn men: Beware gang of women drugging and robbing clubgoers

Authorities in Fort Lauderdale, Florida are warning men frequenting upscale nightclubs to watch out for a group of women they believe to be responsible for an uptick in robberies throughout the year. According to the Orlando Sentinel, six men reported being drugged and robbed in April 2013, a marked increase…

23-year-old man arrested for trying to open emergency exit during flight

Federal agents arrested a 23-year-old man on Monday for allegedly attempting to open the emergency exit while his flight to Portland, Oregon was still in the air. KATU-TV reported that Alexander Michael Herrera allegedly had to be restrained by fellow passengers and crew members during the flight from Anchorage, Alaska…

Angry Papa John’s customer posts delivery man’s racist voicemail online

Two Papa John’s Pizza employees in Sanford, Florida were fired after an irate customer posted a racist voicemail the delivery man accidentally left after “butt-dialing” the customer on Sunday night. The Daily Dot reported on Monday that the manager of the store confirmed the customer’s video is authentic, adding that…

Illinois teacher in trouble for advising students about Fifth Amendment before drug-screening survey

A high school teacher in Batavia, Illinois could be disciplined for informing his students of their Fifth Amendment rights before administering a survey school officials was intended to gauge their emotional needs. The Batavia Daily Herald reported on May 25 that social studies instructor John Dryden advised students of their…

Upstate New York pelted with 3 feet of snow

New York state’s Adriondacks region was recovering on Monday after a storm dumped 3 feet of snow into the area over the weekend, the Associated Press reported. A spokesperson for the Whiteface Mountain ski resort told the AP the 5,000-foot tall mountain was covered in powder following the deluge, which…

Military museum founder John Valluzzo dead after police shooting at his mansion

Police said on Sunday that a man killed during an armed confrontation on May 24 was the founder of a military museum in Connecticut. The Associated Press reported on Monday that authorities identified the man as 75-year-old John Valluzzo, who was also the president of the Military Museum of New…

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