Tue Jun 19, 2012, 11:28 PM
ck4829 (16,042 posts)
Former TSA agent demonstrates pat-down procedure, gets arrested for battery
A former TSA agent in Ft. Myers, Fla., who received a pat down she found intrusive is heading to court in early July to protest misdemeanor battery charges after she demonstrated on a security supervisor to complain about the way she was touched.
According to Mills, Price went over to Kristen Arnberg, her former supervisor, to complain about the pat down. When Arnberg asked what she meant by intrusive, Price demonstrated on her, said Mills.
The police report states that Price "attempted to walk away from the scene" following the altercation, and disregarded a Lee County Port Authority police officer's instructions to stay in the area.
Subsequently, Price was arrested for battery and resisting an officer. She is due in court July 2 on misdemeanor battery charges.
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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 11:33 PM
clang1 (884 posts)
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Hopefully some good comes out of this in exposing just how theatrical the TSA is. That supervisor should be fired in my opinion.