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“I don’t want to do a body scan, and I’m hoping by wearing a bikini they will see everything they need to see and we can avoid a pat-down, as well.”
— Corrine Theile

(interviewed at LAX the day before Thanksgiving 2010)

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Columbia University: Body Scanners Increase Risk Of Skin Cancer

Airport body scanners could lead to an increase in skin cancers according to scientists at Columbia University, who warn that the dose emitted by the naked x-ray devices could be up to 20 times higher than originally estimated, in another clear example of how the scanners are completely illegal, dangerous to public health, and need to be removed immediately …

Read Paul Joseph Watson’s June 29, 2010 article in its entirety at the UK’s Prison


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Former homeland security chief argues for whole-body imaging

The writer was secretary of homeland security from 2005 to 2009 and is co-founder of the Chertoff Group, a security and risk-management firm whose clients include a manufacturer of body-imaging screening machines.


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