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  • Mother shares video of her son's 'horrifying' TSA pat-down

    A video that has gone viral on Facebook shows a TSA agent patting down a boy at DFW airport. Jennifer Williamson, the boy’s mother, posted the video to Facebook on Sunday morning, writing that she was “livid” at the TSA agent who detained her son. A statement from TSA said “all approved procedures” were followed by the agent “to resolve an alarm of the passenger’s laptop.”

Mother shares video of her son's 'horrifying' TSA pat-down

A video that has gone viral on Facebook shows a TSA agent patting down a boy at DFW airport. Jennifer Williamson, the boy’s mother, posted the video to Facebook on Sunday morning, writing that she was “livid” at the TSA agent who detained her son. A statement from TSA said “all approved procedures” were followed by the agent “to resolve an alarm of the passenger’s laptop.”
Jennifer Williamson / Facebook