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May 6, 13, 6:13 am
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Views: 18,453
Posted By RichardKenner

Right. And that's why I don't think we'll ever...

Right. And that's why I don't think we'll ever find any case law on this point: nobody would ever be charged. Even inside the screening area once you've completed screening, "interfering with the...
May 2, 13, 10:26 pm
Replies: 27
Views: 2,692
Posted By RichardKenner

That depends where the cameras are. Take a look...

That depends where the cameras are. Take a look at where the bag check locations are placed, especially at EPCOT. If FRT was the goal, there are much better places to put it and better ways to lay...
Apr 30, 13, 8:59 am
Replies: 205
Views: 83,410
Posted By RichardKenner

That's not at all clear. Can you provide a...

That's not at all clear. Can you provide a citation for that claim? When I was waiting for me GE interview (which was almost content-free since I'd applied for NEXUS, which was granted by the US...
Apr 30, 13, 8:37 am
Replies: 27
Views: 2,692
Posted By RichardKenner

I don't buy it. For one thing, the lines at the...

I don't buy it. For one thing, the lines at the machines where you put your admission tickets are much longer and slower than the bag-check lines and in a much better position for such cameras. For...
Apr 16, 13, 5:34 pm
Replies: 116
Views: 8,563
Posted By RichardKenner

No. What almost certainly happened is that your...

No. What almost certainly happened is that your reservation didn't have the needed information for pre-check. I know that my reservations do have this information (because I put it there myself)...
Apr 16, 13, 5:26 pm
Replies: 79
Views: 14,294
Posted By RichardKenner

There seems to be a lot of confusion here. When...

There seems to be a lot of confusion here. When a anomoly ("yellow boxes") show up, what results (in 99% of all cases) is not a full "pat down", but a very quick patdown of the indicated area(s),...
Apr 8, 13, 5:41 pm
Replies: 123
Views: 37,102
Posted By RichardKenner

Yes, but there's a difference, though subtle. ...

Yes, but there's a difference, though subtle. Sure, almost all of the information on a GOES application is something I've already put on my tax returns (among other documents). However, with GOES,...
Apr 8, 13, 5:32 pm
Replies: 82
Views: 19,025
Posted By RichardKenner

That's true for an application to change status...

That's true for an application to change status (and even then not true for people on H1B or L1), not for getting a replacement card.
Feb 17, 13, 8:01 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

I stand by what I said. I have read the quoted...

I stand by what I said. I have read the quoted portions multiple times. There's a very significant difference between saying "X is not prohibited BUT" and "X is always allowed". The latter does...
Feb 17, 13, 7:32 am
Replies: 522
Views: 109,062
Posted By RichardKenner

I always use me GE card as ID at TDC (since it's...

I always use me GE card as ID at TDC (since it's the best ID for me to use) but most folks I see in the PreCheck line don't, so it's certainly not required. And more people are in Pre-Check through...
Feb 11, 13, 8:57 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Correct. I'm not and never said I was. I am,...

Correct. I'm not and never said I was. I am, however, a layperson who studies the law. However, to address the major point in the post to which you refer, sure, there many cases when it doesn't...
Feb 11, 13, 8:54 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

They do NOT say that photography is "OK". There...

They do NOT say that photography is "OK". There are signs at most checkpoints that claim to restrict such in certain ways. Whether they are constitutional or not has yet to be determined. As to...
Feb 11, 13, 8:49 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Yes, sure, but I was talking about the situation...

Yes, sure, but I was talking about the situation where a person has no reason to believe they have access to a building, go inside that building, and the guard determines that they indeed do not have...
Feb 6, 13, 9:18 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

The term "constitution-free zone" is meaningless....

The term "constitution-free zone" is meaningless. There are no constitutional rights that are absolute. Certain rights apply more strongly in certain situations than others. In the case of...
Feb 6, 13, 9:12 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Yes, of course. But that doesn't mean that the...

Yes, of course. But that doesn't mean that the location inside such a place where verification is done is effectively outside that place.
Feb 5, 13, 1:23 pm
Replies: 7
Views: 1,508
Posted By RichardKenner

DWI is far more serious than pot usage. Driving...

DWI is far more serious than pot usage. Driving drunk is treated much like the attempted murder that it is in Canada and I applaud them for it: we take drunk driving way too casually in the US.
Feb 5, 13, 1:20 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Nope. You are confusing the person who verifies...

Nope. You are confusing the person who verifies access with the location of the start of the private area. Let's take a building that has a
"private property" sign on it. You walk inside the...
Feb 5, 13, 6:18 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

No, you were in a place where only those who have...

No, you were in a place where only those who have a boarding pass are allowed to be (with limited exceptions).
Feb 4, 13, 7:48 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

"compel" is an odd word to use here. Let's look...

"compel" is an odd word to use here. Let's look at a non-controvercial similar situation. You're on a flight and a FA asks you to fasten your seatbelt. You refuse. The FA can't "compel" you to do...
Feb 4, 13, 7:37 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

The inside of a checkpoint is not a...

The inside of a checkpoint is not a "publicly-accessible place": with very limited exceptions, only those who have a ticket on a airplane can access that space. A courtroom is more of a...
Feb 4, 13, 5:45 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Remember that what we're talking about here is...

Remember that what we're talking about here is not the question of what a court might ultimately rule, but whether a TSO might reasonably believe that he or she can ask a passenger to stop taking...
Feb 3, 13, 8:43 pm
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Really? How else do you interpret "as long as...

Really? How else do you interpret "as long as ..."? Sounds less than completely clear to me.
Feb 3, 13, 6:43 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

It's far from clear precisely what the TSA's...

It's far from clear precisely what the TSA's rules were then or now as related to photography in that situation.


Certainly!
Feb 3, 13, 6:42 am
Replies: 91
Views: 6,970
Posted By RichardKenner

Yes, certainly, and I meant to go back and edit...

Yes, certainly, and I meant to go back and edit my post to make that clear. The fact that something is strongly protected by the First Amendment doesn't make it legal everywhere at any time. My...
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