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Philip K Dickhead's Journal: Woman Mocked, Humiliated by Security in Airport Strip Search 6

Journal by Philip K Dickhead

Shileen Flynn, 29, had already missed one flight and lost her luggage when she says she found herself in a room at the Vancouver airport, naked and squatting, while two crude border agents strip-searched her. Flynn -- a frequent traveller who has been strip-searched twice before -- said this time was different. She said the women made her bend over a table, open her legs, and squat and cough. They asked her personal questions, like when she last had sex, Flynn said."As soon as they finished the strip search, I started bawling." One guard told her if she didn't stop crying, she'd be detained, Flynn said. When she explained why she was crying, Flynn said a guard piped up: "How do you think I feel? I just had lunch. You make me feel sick." "It was sickening to watch and see what they were doing. They then went into full cover-up in the investigation and simply lied when convenient to cover up any wrongdoing,"

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Woman Mocked, Humiliated by Security in Airport Strip Search

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  • I wonder how Republicans [cough]pudge[/cough] would say to this?
    It's not like a Repub. started it.

    I wonder how many people were strip-searched, in airports, in the '90s?

  • Nowhere in the story do they mention how hot she is. Lame.

    • Heh. One track mind. The butches doing the search sure were happy with her.

      • by gmhowell (26755)

        Like most people, I *do* have a one track mind. Unlike most people, I am not afraid to admit it. And I'm glad she could do her part to keep our public servants happy. Especially public servants who bare firearms but do not bare responsibility.

  • ..but certainly similar given all this security crap (security for the globalist goons) that has been produced lately....

    "And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat ther

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