Annoying the TSA is not a crime

The latest entry in the growing effort to beat back the TSA’s powers comes out of Albuquerque, N.M. There’s a lot going on in this case — and readers are cautioned to consider the extent to which, if any, this case is a legal precedent for other locations — but the punchlines are:

  • Passengers have the right to record their encounter with TSA.
  • There is no requirement to show ID at a TSA checkpoint.
  • You don’t have to answer TSA’s questions at a checkpoint.

Read the whole thing.


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