Readers Choice: Caught On Tape – TSA Ambushes Passangers At Train Station, Police Bark At Journalist For Capturing It On Video!

Posted on July 10, 2012


The 4TH Amendment:  “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Illinois (The Gaslamp Post) Credit to Gaslamp Post reader Ted for this story – An independent journalist who arrived at Chicago’s Union Station on the railway discovered and impromptu TSA checkpoint station being thrown together.  Video reporter Julio N. Rausseo had just arrived at the station when he witnessed it all unfold.

Acting quickly when he spotted the unmistakable blue and black uniforms of the infamous agency, Rausseo switched his camera’s video camera on and immediately began reporting what he was observing.  Rausseo gave an audio play-by-play of the account as he followed several agents through the train station, and then witnessed them accompanied later by police.

Rausseo writes:

As I entered Chicago’s Union Station back on July 5th, I noticed 3 Fully Uniform TSA Agents sitting inside the office of Amtrak Police.

I took out my cell phone and started to follow these TSA agents, and it appeared to me that they were setting up a Check Point for Amtrak Riders.

This is just another example of how TSA expanding their operations and entering Train Stations, Bus terminals, and major sporting and concert events.

Will Americans allow TSA to bring their intrusive Pat Downs on the road or finally take a stand and say NO!!

Mr. Rauseo’s YouTube channel, JNReports can be found here.

After capturing a heavy-set TSA agent dragging a table over to set up a make-shift station, a Chicago police office spotted Rausseo and ordered him to turn his camera off.  Rausseo reminded the officer that he had a 1st amendment right to film what was going on.

As expected, the Chicago police officer wasn’t going to tolerate anyone talking back (think Chicago thug political tactics and then look at who we have running the country) and began to pursue Rausseo.  Rausseo, with camera still running, turned and made his way out of the station with the officer following him.

Think they got the point? Nope, I don’t either.

Rausseo was able to elude the officer, but he shouldn’t have had to.  He posted the following video on his YouTube channel yesterday.

(h/t:  InfoWars)