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A 19-year old cancer patient who is partially deafblind and paralyzed spent a night in jail after TSA officers left her bloodied and bruised at airport security that according to the girl's mother who is now suing the TSA the airport and airport police Hannah Cohen is her name she was heading home to Chattanooga Tennessee from Memphis after treatment for brain tumor at st. Jews Children Hospital her mother claims TSA agents wanted to do extra screening on her daughter who resisted because she didn't understand she was confused and his mother says one agent put her disabled daughter on the ground Hannah's head hitting the floor leaving her quote bloody and blood everywhere security arrested Hannah arrested her put her in jail but then they later dropped the charges the TSA wouldn't comment directly about the situation but a spokesperson did say this quote passengers can call ahead of time to learn more about the screening process for their particular needs or medical situation Phillip Seigle joins us he's an investigative attorney and president of Charles Griffin intelligence also wrote the new book the art of fact investigation Phillip thanks for being with us hi great this doesn't look good for TSA looks looks really bad unless they could argue that they thought this girl was going for a weapon it's hard to imagine how anybody mentally impaired or not would justify being treated that what if they thought she was trying to run well you can how far can you get and if she was trying to run they could still probably resist she's a small girl who's a who's impaired and can't see can't hear it's just hard to imagine how reasonably they would have to wrestle her to the ground we've all been in airports well you've seen alarms go off you don't get encircled by a lot of people when the alarm goes off it's just hard to know how this would have happened except of course that it's an airport and it's probably all on videotape which is perhaps why they drop the charges that would be my guess it's all in the videotape isn't TSA like any law enforcement agency is only allowed to use the level of force that is needed to meet the threat they cannot exceed that that would be considered excessive force that's true and when you see the videotape and this will be in federal court anyway this is an American with Disabilities Act case and the case says the they're suing because they said that the TSA didn't make reasonable accommodations for someone with mental and physical impairments right the idea that you can call ahead no no the burden is on the TSA to accommodate net well-being you know they're gonna say we didn't recognize this well the mother in the case alleges in the lawsuit that the mother was telling them hey she's impaired she doesn't understand she's impaired and that the and.

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What is your craziest TSA experience?
January 1, 2021. I got searched more thoroughly in Boston than I have had, before or since. Sorry for length, it’s going to read like a paperback novel:New Years Eve, 2021. I was scheduled for a flight from Bakersfield to Philadelphia. It was raining hard (which always throws California for a loop) and my flight to connect in LAX would never make it in time to my connecting flight. All west coast flights were delayed. (except, of course, LAX-PHL, it would have arrived at midnight)“We can get you out tomorrow, if you come back in then”, the ticket agent told me. …New Years Day. I was doubtful - I had already checked the routes and every plane was full. My own search suggested that I might get out TWO days later. I asked them to please check anything available.“Chicago? We can get you there, but no further.” No, that didn’t do me much good. My geographically challenged agent asked me to name some cities in the east that would be acceptable.I asked, “How about Harrisburg? I know that there are several flights per day Chicago to Harrisburg, it’s closer to home.” (Although my car was in Philly, I had family members who wouldn’t mind coming to get me there and I could worry about my car later).“No, sorry. All Harrisburg planes show as being full.”“Well, even closer to home is Lancaster, Reading, and Allentown. Moving outward from there, in order, Baltimore, Newark, Dulles, National, or even JFK would do.”“I don’t see anything”, she said. “Wait a second - how about Boston? I can get you there at 6:00 AM tomorrow.”“You mean Boston, and then it’s up to me to figure out how to get home from there?”“No, no… I can switch you to a different airline from Boston to Philadelphia at 8:00 AM.”“OK, I’ll go with that option.” …And then the adventure began.I got to Boston as promised, with instructions to go to Special Services, where I could pick up my boarding pass. “Computer here says your flight landed in Philadelphia last night.”“I got re-booked due to weather. I could not make that flight from LAX to PHL, so now here I am”.“Noooooo. The computer says you were on that flight.”I had my drivers license, my passport, and showed them my boarding pass LAX to BOS to prove that me being 2 places simultaneously would have been impossible.The counter agent said, “I have to call somebody in management to sort this out.” At this point, I was not worried - just slightly annoyed. One call, two calls, and I could tell they were not getting much good info. By then, a policeman had wandered over, standing by silently.“We can’t call Bakersfield, where all this started, because no one is there yet, at 3:30 AM. The district manager says that what must have happened was that they didn’t change your itinerary right there and therefore shows that you made it to Philadelphia.”“Obviously not, for the reasons we’ve already discussed”, was my reply, still polite, but with some urgency creeping into my voice. The police officer moved closer.A 4th phone call. “OK, I’ve been instructed to issue a boarding pass for the Philadelphia flight. This officer will accompany you to security.”I looked at my boarding pass. “SSSS”. Circled twice in red. I had enough experience to know what that meant! Luckily (or perhaps not), it was a quiet early morning on New Years Day and not many travelers were around. They emptied out everything from my carry on, had me boot up my laptop and show them something, anything with my name on it (pretty easy since it booted to “Michael Frey” and business documents and emails were plentiful). Then came the personal search.“Would you prefer that this be done in private?”“Will I have to take my clothes off?”“No, but I will be reaching inside your shirt and belt line during the search.”“OK”Oh, he reached here, he reached there, he reached everywhere. He followed the hem lines of my underwear. A piece of paper was retrieved from pants pockets: the original printed itinerary. Everyone gathered closer to look at it, but no comments were made.“You’re free to go, Mr. Frey. Have a nice day.”…My first experience with the swab test (Fresno) was somewhat eventful also - my son is in law enforcement and he took me to the airport. More searching! Apparently, there was enough gunpowder residue in his truck that it set off the detector. I waited until the question was asked. “Did you handle a firearm today?” “No, I sat next to my son, a LEO who is fully armed, his weapon was 6 inches from my left hand”.
Why not just spend $5 billion on a border wall with Mexico if it will shut up Donald Trump?
$5.7 billion is for the downpayment. Once the US Congress authorizes that, then the next budget cycle he’ll say “okay, fund the other $20 billion.” Otherwise you just wasted the $5.7 billion (which won’t really go for a wall, it will go for studies, roads to the border, buying materials, issuing an RFP, selection firms to fill the RFP, getting land via eminent domain from private landowners who don’t want to give up, court costs of various suits and counter suites, environmental impact statements.)When Congress balks at funding $20 billion extra in the next budget cycle (which will be in about 6 months), he’ll threaten to shutdown the ENTIRE government (this is only about half of the USG—other elements have been funded for now, Trump will be convinced he’ll have even more leverage). And we’ll then see posts by people saying “in order to get Trump to shut up, since we’ve already committed to building the wall, why don’t we just fund the rest of it?”Congress would authorize the $20 billion (in this scenario). And then we’ll discover “holy crap, the estimates that said it would be $70 billion are right.” I mean, who would expect a huge government contract to go over-budget? And here’s the dilemma—if you’ve already spent $25 billion and awarded a contract, you’re probably in the hole for the rest of it. Because the way this works is the contract award winner goes “it’s going to be an extra $5 billion” and then 6 months later says “we’ve had some problems with the initial road you build to get to the border so it’s another $5 billion” and so on. If you think I’m exaggerating, go check out any long-term DoD weapons contract and see how costs escalated a bit at a time.BTW, estimates are that the fastest possible time to acquire the land, build the roads to the border, create the foundation, and get the wall up would be: 10 years. But the $25 billion would be for just the next year (this CR and then the next budget cycle in the Fall of 2019.) So by the end of probably 2021 we will have committed to somewhere around $30–45 billion and won’t have a wall (not even an incomplete wall) and so the “crisis” won’t have been fixed.So let me ask you a question: we’ve got a President who has shut down E-verify (so people can get jobs with illegal or stolen papers and we can’t spot them), shut down the Immigration courts (so cases are being pushed back 1–2 years and the individuals are released in to the US), short-staffed and not paid the Coast Guard, Border Patrol and TSA (so our security is lessened), and you really honestly truly think that he has a clue about how to improve the security of the United States?
After filling out the application for TSA Pre-approved, how long does it take one to get it?
If your application status is "Pending Review" then your application has been received and is being processed. Please note that processing times vary by applicant, but on average you can expect your application to be processed for Global Entry and FAST within 11 weeks, and SENTRI and NEXUS 3-5 months. This includes vehicle enrollments.The vetting process cannot be expedited. If you submitted a renewal application before the expiration of your current membership, then you can continue to use your benefits until the renewal is finalized (up to 6 months after your expiration date).After the application has been reviewed, the status will be updated to either "Conditionally Approved" or "Denied" and a letter will be posted in your TTP account with additional information. This letter can be found under Notifications on the Dashboard.If conditionally approved, you will receive a notification to schedule your interview. It is important that you complete your interview within 365 days of conditional approval. Failure to schedule an interview in that timeframe will cancel your application and you will need to pay again and reapply if you still wish to be a member.
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?
I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
How can I get more people to fill out my survey?
Make it compellingQuickly and clearly make these points:Who you are and why you are doing thisHow long it takesWhats in it for me -- why should someone help you by completing the surveyExample: "Please spend 3 minutes helping me make it easier to learn Mathematics. Answer 8 short questions for my eternal gratitude and (optional) credit on my research findings. Thank you SO MUCH for helping."Make it convenientKeep it shortShow up at the right place and time -- when people have the time and inclination to help. For example, when students are planning their schedules. Reward participationOffer gift cards, eBooks, study tips, or some other incentive for helping.Test and refineTest out different offers and even different question wording and ordering to learn which has the best response rate, then send more invitations to the offer with the highest response rate.Reward referralsIf offering a reward, increase it for referrals. Include a custom invite link that tracks referrals.
Are there any authors/ series out there in the same line as Terry Pratchett's Discworld? Need to fill the void.
Simple answer: no, not really. There are other authors and series out there that are often enjoyed by those who love Pratchett, but you'll probably get on with them best if you disabuse yourself of any notion that they'll be like Pratchett. Read them on their own terms.Mentioning only authors not yet mentioned in other answers when I started writing (I'm not going back to edit those who have doubtless been mentioned while I composed this answer, given that I had a long phone call with my mother in the middle of it) … [Edit just to say, now that answers are proliferating, that when I did start writing the two that had already been mentioned were Jasper Fforde and Tom Holt, both of which are good suggestions]A. Lee Martinez writes modern comic fantasy. He never writes sequels, though, so no recurring cast of characters to get attached to.Douglas Adams wrote comic SF - the Hitchhiker's series and the Dirk Gently series - unfortunately he wrote it very slowly so there isn't a huge amount of it.Neil Gaiman doesn't really write like Pratchett (except when they wrote together in Good Omens) but they share a similar worldview and sensibility.Robert Asprin's Myth series had some of the punning nature of early Pratchett. I enjoyed it in my early teens but, to be honest, a little goes a very long way. There isn't any of the more interesting undertone of Pratchett.Robert Rankin is top of many people's alt-Pratchett lists. I have never really got on with Rankin but I think that's more my fault than his.Christopher Moore writes modern comic fantasy. I think his ideas and plot are better than his characterisation.The lighter bits of Connie Willis, perhaps? Books like To Say Nothing of the Dog or Bellwether.And obviously if you haven't read non-Discworld Pratchett, work your way through that [Edit: see Holly Root-Gutteridge's answer to How do non-Discworld books by Terry Pratchett compare to his Discworld books? for an excellent overview].
How much authority does a TSA airport official have outside the airport, for example on an avenue or on a road?
The TSA is not a law enforcement agency. It provides security control of the USA’s transportation system. For now, other than a few test programs, I am not aware of any TSA programs that allow the TSA to directly screen the public other than as a component of airport security. However, my area of expertise is specifically aviation, so they may have some authority at rail stations or mass transit hubs that I am not aware of.As far as pulling over cars on the side of the road as law enforcement does… No, they don’t have that authority unless it has been specifically given to them for a specific location or occasion. Even then, the TSA is still not able to arrest you for any reason, just as they are not able to arrest you at the airport. The most that TSA can do is hold you until law enforcement arrives and then the LEOs will make the determination of whether an arrest is warranted.From the TSA’s own website:TSA Myth Busters: Do TSA Officers Arrest Passengers?
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