First time devices linked with cancer risk used for public sports event
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, February 2, 2012
UPDATE: Although WPRI’s Matt Touchette writes that “Lucas Oil Stadium told me I had to quote, “go through the body scanners” before entering the stadium for the tour,” he now claims “they are in fact metal detectors,” after calling them “full body scanners” in his original post, which has now been changed. We’ll have to wait until Sunday to find out for certain whether or not x-ray body scanners will be in use before the game, but the TSA tweeted this afternoon, “”TSA will not use body scanners for patrons coming to the Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium.”
Given the fact that the TSA has been caught lying about innumerable different issues, their assurances are hardly bullet proof. Super Bowl attendees can however be safe in the knowledge that they and their kids will definitely receive a full grope-down before being allowed to enter the stadium.