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Tuesday, 13 October 2009

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A report from several CPA's, who have airlines as their customers, says that the airlines are making a fortune on selling a new all-nude photo scanner before they make them illegal, except at airports.

"There are people purchasing these things and disguising them all over the place. They're even sneaking them into county fairs", stated one CPA.

"They claim to be registering you for free gifts which they do hand out from time to time, but behind you and in front of you are full-body scanners. The next thing you know, there you are all over the internet."

One lady who had her experience at a major US airport, stated that she found out later on that she was supposed to be offered a choice of a complete search or a small scan.

"Small scan my ass, and you can see my ass clearly in the photos. I say photos because they have now learned to zero in and enlarge the things."

"If there's one thing my private parts don't need, it's enlarging!"

One attorney who represents another lady who was scanned and who's personal pics wound up on the net, told the Truth Tattler, "These are not just teenagers with money buying these scanners and downloading the photos off the internet, they are also grown men who were gypped many years ago by purchasing those 'X-Ray Glasses'. They seem to think they are getting their money's worth at last."

"My client here, asked about how the scan worked by the lady doing the scanning at the airport but she said she had no idea. That she wasn't a scientist", stated another attorney. "But that the scan would make everyone getting on the planes feel a lot safer."

"Safer?", repeated his client. "MY plane didn't crash but my fiancee did, once he saw me on the internet. I just want to know who to sue and when!"

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