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Keep Full Body Scanners Out Of American Airports

51 Signatures Goal: 100

The United States is currently considering passing a bill that would make full body scanners mandatory in all American airports by 2013, inevitably costing billions of dollars.


These scanners are expensive, invasive and inappropriate (especially for children), and only mildly effective.

Each scanner costs $200,000 each and TSA has admitted that they cannot guarantee they will detect all types of weaponry and explosives. In fact, when testing their effectiveness, an undercover TSA agent went through the body scanner five times with her gun undetected just a few months ago.

Whether you are against them all together, or would like to see them be more effective and less intrusive before being purchased for billions of dollars, sign this petition.

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  • Kurt Erpenbach
    Kurt Erpenbach United States, Houston
    Mar 04, 2016
    Mar 04, 2016
    Metal detectors is one thing but they don't violate people's decency like the body scanners being used in airports. They catch you having something that turns out to be harmless depending on a person's attitude.
  • michael palmaro
    michael palmaro United States, Camarillo
    Mar 26, 2015
    Mar 26, 2015
    fuck tsa
  • michael palmaro
    Mar 26, 2015
    Mar 26, 2015
    fuck tsa
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