TSA Apologizes for Treatment of Three Year Old Disabled Girl

Posted on February 21, 2013

The TSA has issued an apology for its treatment of a disabled three year old girl. The mother videotaped part of the incident in which a TSA agent demanded a pat down of the child who has spina bifida and was on her way to the family's first ever vacation at Disney World. The agent took away the little girl's stuffed animal and upset her so much that she cried and said she didn't want to go to Disney World at all. The TSA says the agents will be spoken to and that they usually don't pat down children under twelve years old. Needless to say, the girl's parents are livid at the treatment of their ill daughter. CNN reports:

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