TTY: Morrissey groped at San Francisco International Airport

UPDATE Oct. 6:

Morrissey airport security incident CCTV video posted - Gawker

UPDATE 1:50 PM PT
:

Uncleskinny posted the link:

A TSA spokesperson has denied any officer misconduct to Rolling Stone. "TSA takes all allegations of misconduct seriously and strives to treat every passenger with dignity and respect," Mike England says. "Upon review of closed circuit TV footage, TSA determined that the supervised officer followed standard operating procedures in the screening of this individual."

UPDATE July 31:

Morrissey claims sex assault by security at US airport - BBC News

Excerpt posted by klaus:

He added that the arrival of a second person to screen Morrissey was normal, and helped "to ensure the passenger does not have threat items, such as explosives concealed under clothing."



San Francisco International Airport
- true-to-you.net
29 July 2015

On leaving the US on 27 July I flew from San Francisco International Airport to London on flight BA 284.

At 2:30 in the afternoon I went through the usual airport security procedure including the stand-up 'scanner', and all was well - no bleeps and nothing unusual.

Before I could gather my belongings from the usual array of trays I was approached by an "airport security officer" who stopped me, crouched before me and groped my penis and testicles. He quickly moved away as an older "airport security officer" approached.

The officer who sexually assaulted me was identified as the General Manager On Duty. Luckily I was accompanied by two members of British Airways Special Services, who were horrified at the sexual attack and suggested that I lodge a complaint. I asked if there would be any point in lodging a complaint since, as with any complaint against a figure in "authority", the complaints are simply collected in order to protect the guilty officer should the matter go further. The British Airways Special Services employees assured me that a complaint was worthwhile, and so I filed the appropriate information. However, before doing so, the guilty "officer" was confronted, and the conversation went thus:

You have just sexually groped this man.
Officer: That's just your opinion.
What you have done is illegal.
Officer: That's just your opinion.
You have no right to do what you have just done.
Officer: That's just your opinion.

Apart from "that's just your opinion", he would not comment, even though, since the penis and testicles were mine and no one else's, then my opinion must surely have some meaning. But, of course, what the airport security officer was saying was: your opinion will never count in the eyes of the law. The words "that's just your opinion" volunteered themselves from this 'officer's' mouth before he had even heard the question. He knew he could be confronted, but he also knew that he could never be challenged (even though the entire incident is most certainly on CCTV camera).

In the interests of imperishable bureaucracy my submitted complaint against this 'officer' will obviously be either unread or ignored because, as we all know, on matters of officialism it is not possible to be pleasantly surprised by anything at all. However, what is clear is that, should you find yourself traveling through San Francisco International Airport, you should expect sexual abuse from the so-called 'security officers' who, we are unconvincingly warned, are acting only for our security.

Do people have minds?

Morrissey
29 July 2015



Media coverage:
 
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Tynamuna

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Unfortuately, Skylarker is the is exactly how the majority of feminists are nowadays.

No, again use your coconut. The media is not the world. They thrive on showing feminists as women who only don't want to shave. For godsake they can't risk to disturb the status quo of leaders that the world is built on. Social media feminists are an whole other thing. real feminists, which are the majority are not at all Manhaters. They love men and equality
 
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Carly

Active Member
No, again use your coconut. The media is not the world. They tribe on showing feminists as women who only don't want to shave
Thanks, im aware of that! I here the ridiculous bias of them who ever they are, e.g.. Sylarker!!
 

Compadre

Member
I think this is horrible - the perp should be forced to apologized and then fired from his job with ZERO pension. I was groped once on the Wash. DC metro and it's shocking and violating and angering.

Shame on The General Manager on Duty. You can't redeem yourself now but at least do the right thing and apologize. I'm so angry for Moz and I'm so ashamed of TSA SFO.
 

BrummieBoy

BrummieBoy
If you take everything Moz says as utterly gospel, then yes: he's a rape victim.
Oddly, I guarantee he's not going to let that stop him travelling ever.
Nor is he so busy drawing with black crayons whilst rocking in foetal position to be able to describe such an indecent act to such a wide audience.
Don't forget all the potential mind rape by people looking at him and others in the body scanner....
Perspective please?
Besides enough witnesses to sink a ship, hired 'bodyguards' and an entourage.... I think someone more than capable of articulating sexual assault would have found a more appropriate way of doing so than writing a note and giving it to Julia.
I have followed Moz from 83....but this is just an utter load of....
Sigh.
Regards,
FWD

He is not alleging rape as no penetration was involved. He is alleging sexual assault.

best
GoBB
 

Carly

Active Member
No 'anon', I didn't.
He claims he was "sexually assaulted".
Do people normally complain like he did about such things or do they seek legal prosecution of their abusers?
To put it another way - if your child was "sexually assaulted" at school - would you complain to the principal or would you move heaven and earth to bring the perpetrator to justice???
Regards,
FWD
so f***ing what he let people know to be aware. this wasn't his child it was himself he can deal with it how he wants, your point is invalid.
 

bluemozz

Member
You're a f***in nutcase but that was quite funny.

Jack the groper
Let the right hand slip
Hand in groin
Why don't you have a grope for yourself
Now my groin is full
Have a grope merchant
Friday groping
Last night I dreamt that somebody groped me
Big hand strikes again
Wide to receive
Interesting grope
Security palare
You have groped me
Last of the famous international airport gropers
I just want to see security happy
National grope disco
Security's keen

" Because ! Because we must ! "

Benny-the-British-Butcher
 

Detritus

Teenage Lightning
No 'anon', I didn't.
He claims he was "sexually assaulted".
Do people normally complain like he did about such things or do they seek legal prosecution of their abusers?
To put it another way - if your child was "sexually assaulted" at school - would you complain to the principal or would you move heaven and earth to bring the perpetrator to justice???
Regards,
FWD
These days, publicizing one's sexual assault (on the internet or to the press) while also pursuing legal action seems to be the norm. It's not often one way or the other. I suppose a lot of victims feel like it gives them a voice and a platform to air their feelings and process what happened to them. At any rate, as someone else pointed out, Morrissey claims to have submitted a formal complaint, so apparently he has done something about it beyond writing a TTY post.
 
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Anonymous

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No 'anon', I didn't.
He claims he was "sexually assaulted".
Do people normally complain like he did about such things or do they seek legal prosecution of their abusers?
To put it another way - if your child was "sexually assaulted" at school - would you complain to the principal or would you move heaven and earth to bring the perpetrator to justice???
Regards,
FWD

HE DID FILE A FORMAL COMPLAINT. Good heavens ...
 
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Tynamuna

Guest
Jack the groper
Let the right hand slip
Hand in groin
Why don't you have a grope for yourself
Now my groin is full
Have a grope merchant
Friday groping
Last night I dreamt that somebody groped me
Big hand strikes again
Wide to receive
Interesting grope
Security palare
You have groped me
Last of the famous international airport gropers
I just want to see security happy
National grope disco
Security's keen

" Because ! Because we must ! "

Benny-the-British-Butcher ������

Benny, you and I must collaborate on a moz anti-tribute project. I say this though I'm very pro moz. You are that funny. Here's a couple will never fly and the queen is groped, oh horney
 
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Anonymous

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These days, publicizing one's sexual assault (on the internet or to the press) while also pursuing legal action seems to be the norm. It's not often one way or the other. I suppose a lot of victims feel like it gives them a voice and a platform to air their feelings and process what happened to them. At any rate, as someone else pointed out, Morrissey claims to have submitted a formal complaint, so apparently he has done something about it beyond writing a TTY post.

Yes agree. And the last part of the following post on TTY could easily describe the airport situation as well:

"Please understand that satisfaction comes from the courage of standing up and speaking out, not from holding back. Good times for a change. I am unwilling to close my mind."
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Maybe he was checking to see if Morrissey had a record deal tucked away.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Are you damaged?
Telling the airport it has a overzealous member of staff when it comes to searches is not a formal complaint that a victim of "sexual assault" would file - they would do more than that. When you understand that... Try caps lock again.
FWD

Have you ever been the victim of "sexual assault" or, to make it easier for you, what you feel is "sexual assalt"? Apparently, since you know with certainty how a victim would deal with it.

Again, read this. http://time.com/3822487/tsa-sexual-assault-denver/

Moz isn't the only one who thinks that these actions at airports count as "sexual assault." But go on, ridicule him.
 

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