Appeals Court: Your Naked Protest At Airport Security Is Not Protected By First Amendment Consumerist ^ | May 18, 2017

Appeals Court: Your Naked Protest At Airport Security Is Not Protected By First Amendment
Consumerist ^ | May 18, 2017

Posted on 5/19/2017, 1:52:35 PM by SMGFan

Five years ago, when we told you about an Oregon man protesting new airport security measures by stripping down to nothing at a TSA checkpoint, we had no idea it would eventually blossom into a years-long legal battle over whether or not one has a First Amendment right to get naked at the airport, but this week a federal appeals court disagreed with a local judge, saying that the man’s protest was not a form of constitutionally protected free speech.

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