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Henry Kissinger gets groped by TSA agents in New York


Winning a Nobel Prize might earn you a few perks and even a handshake from a world leader or two, but former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger learned the hard way this week that, no matter who you are, you're never excused from a TSA pat-down.

Kissinger, 88, was instrumental in advising the administrations of US Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford and arguably played a pivotal role in ending America’s involvement in the Vietnam War. He also — as of last Friday, that is — can add his name to the long list of people that have been pulled aside by TSA agents and given a hand-on screening before attempting to board a plane at a US airport.

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Comment by Ben Dover
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IF all Henry Kissinger ever gets is a good groping by the TSA, he'll be a VERY LUCKY MAN, INDEED.  He is a WAR CRIMINAL.  He is a traitor to America.  He should receive a trial by jury, and receive a sentence according to the full extent of the law.  I suspect he would receive the death penalty, if there were actually any "justice" in this country.

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