TSA Torments Special Needs Man at Detroit Airport

Saturday, June 11, 2011
Posted in category The Terror State

Drew is severely mentally disabled, yet he was singled out for abuse from TSA agents.

The family was going through security when two TSA agents singled Drew Mandy out for a special pat down. Drew is severely mentally disabled. He’s 29, but his parents said he has the mental capacity of a two-year-old, which made the experience that followed at metro Detroit’s McNamera Terminal that much harder to deal with.

You see, the TSA was horrified that this young man was carrying his two favorite toys with him that he takes everywhere – a 6-inch plastic hammer and a baseball. The hammer was singled out as a  ……… yes …… a weapon. The TSA proceeded to take his toys and grope his private parts, wherein they proceeded to question the young man’s adult diapers, even as they could clearly assess this man’s mental capabilities.

The young man’s father, Dr. David Mandy, was very upset about this whole incident, yet he still reinforced the perception that Americans just can’t seem to get over. He said, “I realize they’re trying to keep people safe, but come on, does he look like a terrorist?” It boggles my mind that some of the worst victims of government terrorism still can’t get past the propaganda and recognize why the federal government has institutionalized violence and fear on such a massive scale. No Dr. Mandy, this has nothing to do with “keeping people safe.” It has everything to do with keeping people under control and in perpetual fear.

Dr. David Mandy: Special Needs Son Harassed by TSA at Detroit Metropolitan Airport: MyFoxPHOENIX.com

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3 Responses to TSA Torments Special Needs Man at Detroit Airport

  1. Charlie A. says:

    June 11th, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    One of the chiefs of the TSA says they need to train their (NKVD) agents on how to handle severely retarded people? You cannot train adults to have common sense. Why not do something useful like question the reason for the TSA’s existence, come to the only intelligent conclusion and quit your “job”? Because that would require common sense. Drew Mandy is more intelligent than these TSA cheap thrill seeking bullies who are on functional life support. A plastic hammer is a weapon? Really, these people watch too much television. This stuff was hysterical when Larry Linville  superbly performed similar scenes as Frank Burns on M.A.S.H. The only good thing the TSA ever did was stop the late Senator Edward M. Fredo Corleone Kennedy from  boarding a plane because his name appeared on a no-fly list.

  2. David says:

    June 11th, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    None of this would have happened if the authorities hadn’t gone back on their promises to implement changes in the system that would prevent children and the disabled from undergoing such humiliating treatment.

  3. liberranter says:

    June 14th, 2011 at 4:34 pm

    The young man’s father, Dr. David Mandy, was very upset about this whole incident, yet he still reinforced the perception that Americans just can’t seem to get over. He said, “I realize they’re trying to keep people safe, but come on, does he look like a terrorist?” It boggles my mind that some of the worst victims of government terrorism still can’t get past the propaganda and recognize why the federal government has institutionalized violence and fear on such a massive scale.

    Indeed. There may be less difference in IQ between Drew and his daddy than we first imagined. (I guess the title “Dr.,” whether indicative of a PhD or an MD, and like the currency in which the education for it was paid, doesn’t convey the value that it once did.)

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