By the time the plane took off, the crowd had turned into a massive throng.
As we entered the airport, we were told by an agent to get our ID and we were ushered into a room to be fingerprinted and scanned.
It was an invasive, unnecessary and potentially dangerous procedure.
The process was also unnecessary and was in violation of TSA’s own policy on security, according to an official familiar with the process.
But it was also a form of protest.
We were told that if we didn’t comply with the request, we would be put in the back of a truck, with no way to avoid arrest.
And our only recourse was to file a lawsuit.
In the back seat, we sat on the floor with our arms raised and our eyes closed.
We heard our lawyer asking, “Can you just please explain to me how this is going to be legal?”
The agent told us that we needed to file the complaint and had a right to do so.
The lawsuit was filed and the process was complete.
It took a little more than two weeks to receive a response from the TSA.
The agency told us we had to file an additional lawsuit against the company.
I was stunned and disappointed by the agency’s response.
The fact that a TSA employee would be making the request in such a cavalier manner shows that TSA is not committed to providing the level of security that Americans expect, said attorney and former TSA official Mark Lusardi.
But, we thought we were safe, we said we were being detained, and we thought this was an overreaction.
A few days later, we received a letter from the government saying that the lawsuit was not eligible for legal standing, meaning the agency didn’t have the authority to enforce its policies.
I think that is a terrible message to send, and a terrible precedent.
The TSA has responded with a statement saying that it is reviewing the legal situation and will take further action if necessary.
It also said that TSA employees are trained to avoid situations like this and that the agency has implemented security procedures to protect travelers.
The case is one example of how TSA has come to be seen as an occupying force on the job, as it seeks to use force to protect its authority.
But in a new lawsuit, the company says that this tactic violates its own policy, and that TSA has a duty to enforce the law.
The plaintiffs argue that the TSA’s use of force is “a flagrant violation of the First Amendment’s guarantee of liberty and due process.”
They also argue that TSA should have a legal remedy.
A spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security told ABC News that the department is reviewing and is considering legal options, but that “as this matter is before the courts, we can’t provide further comment at this time.”
In a statement to ABC News, the TSA said that the officers involved in the incident have been fired.
“TSA does not tolerate any actions that violate the Constitution or the laws of the United States.
TSA is committed to conducting an honest and lawful operation of our nation’s airports, and has a responsibility to provide the safest and most secure environment possible,” the statement said.