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Topic - Carlotta Wells
"What he was doing was unusual, unexpected and out of the ordinary," she said, adding that Tobey's detention was necessary to maintain order in the security checkpoint area.
Carlotta Wells, an attorney for the federal defendants, said all the TSA did was call for police assistance when Mr. Tobey refused to go through a body scanner as directed and began stripping and placing his outer garments on a conveyor belt.