Based on a "secret" communication from the TSA an appeals court judge rejects citizen and pilots claims of fourth amendment rights violations. Just how many terrorism plots has the RSA thwarted? None I can think of. There was an incident where a guy snuck some explosives on a plane in his underwear. In which I'm sure someone involved got a medal, and accommodation, just like the commander of NORAD on 911, he did such a fine job of botching everything he did that day, he got promoted. This government secrets bull shit is getting real old, real quick. We pay their salaries god damn it, they have no rights to keep all of their business secret from anybody. And why all the secrets? Every damn thing they do is secret, or classified. And what isn't a secret is a lie. We've got a big ol' pile of crap for a government, and it'd really starting to stink bad. To the point of being unbearable. We've got Chicago mob rule running this country, the worst criminals this nation has to offer are in charge, how proud we must be? Did you know that if your suspected of a DUI cops can forcefully take blood? Remember when you could decline a sobriety test, but at the cost of your license? Not no more.