Charges have been dropped against a student arrested at an airport for unusually displaying the Fourth Amendment.
Aaron Tobey was going through airport security at Richmond International Airport when he was instructed to undergo a full body scan.
'He pulled off his shirt and dropped his pants. He had running shorts on. On his chest, he had the Fourth Amendment written,' reports John Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute. 'Part of the Fourth Amendment [is] against unreasonable search and seizure of our homes and our persons, and the TSA agents arrested him after they took him through the metal detector to make sure he was safe.'
Sunday, January 23, 2011