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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Aaron Tobey
A Virginian man who stripped off his shirt and pants during a Transportation Security Administration scan at an airport in late 2010 to reveal the text of the Fourth Amendment on his chest won a little respect this week.
A judge said Wednesday that he will rule in about two weeks on whether to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a college student who was arrested after stripping to his running shorts at a Richmond International Airport checkpoint to protest security procedures.
Mr. Tobey said he was only trying to protest the TSA's full-body scanning program — now disbanded — that scooped up near-naked images of passengers.