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+ - Infowars Activists Run Into Airport Security and Have Their Rights Upheld

Submitted by sheehaje
sheehaje (240093) writes "A pair of activists came out on top in a free-speech debate with officials at Albany International Airport, captured on an edited video that as of midday Wednesday had garnered more than 38,000 views."

The activists were filming for Infowars. A rare display of law enforcement restraint while dealing with airport security."
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Infowars Activists Run Into Airport Security and Have Their Rights Upheld

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