“Airport Stripper” Wins Fourth Amendment Case

by Admin on February 5, 2013

A Virginia young man is being awarded $250,000 in a lawsuit claiming he was wrongfully detained and his First and Fourth Amendment rights were breached. Aaron Tobey refused to go through Richmond International Airport’s body scanners, opting instead for a full-body patdown. Tobey stripped down to his boxers, revealing the Fourth Amendment written on his chest. Airport security then interrogated and arrested him, charging him with an misdemeanor.

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Tobey’s case ended up in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, where the Court overturned a lower judge’s decision and ruled in Tobey’s favor, 2-1.


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