Attack of the Naked Body Cameras

FRAUD: Naked body scanners are repugnant in a supposedly free society and may harm health.

Why does Janet Napolitano hate privacy?

First she surveilled Arizona’s highways with intrusive, accident-increasing ticket cameras courtesy of Redflex Traffic Systems. The program ended in spectacular failure, leaving only local cities (and not the State of Arizona) operating similar schemes.

Now, the head of “homeland security” is actively pushing more technological quackery in the form of  “backscatter imagers,” —also known as naked body scanners— in airports around the United States.

Fool me once, shame on you…

We’d like to ask the question: Just what part of this nation’s founding documents are so utterly unclear regarding the inherent right of an individual to travel freely—unmolested by agents of government bureaucracy– unless on probable cause or reasonable suspicion of a crime being committed?

The scanners create an image viewable to federal agents of a traveler’s body, acting as a “camera” of sorts… and perhaps what better activism group than CameraFRAUD to challenge the spread of Janet’s newest mechanical plague?

The first step is to get informed!

What do you think? Comment below!

52 Responses to Attack of the Naked Body Cameras

  1. Sure says:

    The above is a call to Rutherford Institute. They are defending the pilot who refused to be groped and x-rayed.

    • EddieW says:

      TSA has announced EVERYONE WILL be groped!! regardless of whether they go through the naked body scanner or not…and with the palm and fingers of the hand…NOT the back of the hand…This includes ALL!!! Men Women AND Children irregardless of age!!!
      This is a TRAVESTY!!!!

  2. Sure says:

    AAA Photo Safety INC

    Has anyone else here had one of their process servers commit a improper service from this company??

    I will be contacting lawyers in the next few days looking at maybe a class action lawsuit against them or at the least suing them over everything I had to deal with because of their poor ethics choices for employees.

    You can contact Dee through the link below:

    Phoenix, AZ
    1,122 Volunteers

    Welcome to CameraFRAUD. We are united in our effort to get rid of every speed camera, red light camera, and photo radar van here in Arizona and across the country. We were suc…

    Check out this Meetup Group →

  3. Not happy about the radiation either. When every single TSA agent gets cancer, I wonder what they will blame it on?

  4. Sure says:

    I forsee one serious, major ass scene happenig when they try that **** on me (x-rays and groping). There is going to be screaming and I get the feeling I am going to be stripping down.

  5. Sure says:

    Pilot refuses his government issued sexual assault and x-ray.

  6. 1776blues says:

    I say you go for it. You have my support in any effort to end the pornography and molestation performed by the knuckle dragging Neanderthal agents of the Tyrannical Service Agency

  7. Sure says:

    Invasion of the Body Scanners: More Tales of Terror from the Unfriendly Skies

  8. jury nullification says:

    It is sad to see what has become of our country.

    Question “authority “

  9. Sure says:

    I think I am a little past “question” authority. I just scream at the *ssholes whenever I see them. lol

    Germany Airport Protest

  10. H.L. says:

    If it does not stop here, it will not be stopped.

  11. I think you should definitely cover these scanners. I had my own experience with these several months back and I wrote a little something about them,

    I hope, like the speed cameras, these invasions of privacy will also be protested. I think a reason why so many people go through them is because they don’t understand what they do and the TSA does not educate the people before they go into the scanners. In some cases, I believe, they also lie about the machines’ capabilities. Helping to educate people would be an excellent first step in stopping this Orwellian crap by the government.

  12. Stacey says:

    Meg McLain Singled out by the TSA

  13. Stacey says:

    But TSA is installing more, adding a confidential number of backscatters at the other Phoenix terminals. The agency projects that by the end of next year, 1,100 body-imaging machines will be operating nationwide.

    The machines cost about $170,000 each. Federal stimulus funds paid for them.

  14. John Adams says:

    These machines work with ionizing radiation which increases your risk of cancer. Alan Chertoff is The President of one of the companies which is making Billions off of Fear.

  15. Stacey says:

    Is it time to get off our butts and do something yet?

  16. nate says:

    Yes, it’s time to do something. Several things, actually, and every American can do them from home.

    1. Go the website of EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center).

    EPIC is fighting the body-scanners and groping circus in court. Support their work; give $25, or whatever is reasonable for you.

    2. Write your senators and congressmen.

    3. Contact your local TV station, and have them run stories about scanners and invasion of privacy are coming to your area airport, if they haven’t already.

  17. Stacey says:

    3rd post has links to anti-scanner websites

    Phoenix, AZ
    1,122 Volunteers

    Welcome to CameraFRAUD. We are united in our effort to get rid of every speed camera, red light camera, and photo radar van here in Arizona and across the country. We were suc…

    Check out this Meetup Group →

  18. photoradarscam says:

    German judge sees the motivation for speed cameras and does something about it:

  19. Jury Nullification says:

    Have a look at this file. I was shocked..

  20. Stacey says:

    Napalitano’s Nazis busy at work:

  21. Stacey says:

    This was an incorrect patdown as the Nazi was suppossed to use the palm of her hand.

  22. Sure says:

    DPS save kidnapping victim during traffic stop

    • photoradarscam says:

      They should have just sent the guy a ticket in the mail. Then the cop would have been “free” to go after other crimes.

  23. Sure says:

    Four UCSF scientists sent a letter last April to the President’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, expressing concern about the health risks of full body scanners. The co-signers were David Agard, PhD, John Sedat, PhD, (emeritus), and Robert Stroud, PhD, all professors of biochemistry and biophysics, and Marc Shuman, MD, professor of medicine (hematology/oncology).

    Click to access ucsf-jph-letter.pdf

  24. Jury Nullification says:

    As bad as this situation has been allowed to develop, what about the suspicionless internal checkpoints located inside our country?

    Have a look at these links.

  25. Sure says:

    This guy refused pat down and is told he will be subject to a civil suit and a $10,000 fine

  26. Sure says:

    The monthly meeting for this week has been cancelled. We just found out Luigi’s is closed. The next meeting will be December 7th.

    Also, we are planning a protest on December 10th in regards to the body scanners and new pat down procedures (which include contact with passenger’s genitalia) at Phoenix Sky Harbor.

    More details to come on both events.


    “Don’t Scan Me, Bro!”

  28. Jury Nullification says:

    Let’s not forget that our elected representatives are not subected to any of these methods. They simply flash their credentials and breeze on through.

    Big Sis has never been subjected to these methods. Lets see what would happen if these politicians were treated like the rest of the flying public and made to be sexually assulted or electronically strip searched.

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