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Croft said that for the first few nights after coming home, Isabelle had nightmares and talked about kidnappers. She said TSA agents had shouted at the girl, telling her to calm down and saying the suspect wasn't cooperating.

"To a 4-year-old's perspective that's what it was to her because they didn't explain anything and she did not know what was going on," Croft said. "She saw people grabbing at her and raising their voices. To her, someone was trying to kidnap her or harm her in some way."
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The TSA will defend any of their ridiculous and despicable tactics. That's their group culture, circle the wagons, infringe, defend.

Also interesting, they called the 4-year-old girl a "suspect". That's exactly the problem: everyone who walks through security is automatically a suspect. Simply wanting to fly is considered probable cause.
Everyone who tries to fly is guilty of possibly flying a plane into a building, so we're all suspects in their massive campaign to stop the past from happening.
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