by Patrick Devlin The federal law enforcement agency called the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has begun to deploy brigades of agents to perform what it calls “suspicionless searches” in several US cities.    A spokesperson for the TSA said that the agency determined that the “presence of officers with explosive detection dogs, radiation monitors” and “other devices” will act as a “deterrent” inside train stations, bus stations and on the streets of American cities.  The spokesperson for the TSA did not specify if the effort was meant to deter terrorism or constitutional democracy. Civil liberty and privacy advocates have questioned both the constitutionality and […]

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