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Guy’s Fight With The TSA Over ‘Magic-Marker Protest’ Will Likely Go To Trial

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Rebecca Baird-Remba
Business Insider
Jan 29, 2013

A young Virginia man who says the TSA wrongfully detained him for writing part of the Fourth Amendment on his chest in magic marker will probably get his day in court, Wired reports.

Aaron Tobey claims in his lawsuit that the TSA at Richmond International Airport unlawfully detained and handcuffed him for 90 minutes after he disrobed and revealed the Constitutional protest against airport security measures.

TSA agents allegedly called the police, who charged him with a misdemeanor. His suit claims the TSA violated his civil liberties and seeks $250,000 in damages.

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 in Tobey’s favor on Friday, finding he had presented enough evidence to move forward with his claim that the government violated his right to free speech.

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