The Naked American Hero 

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Back in April, John Brennan stripped naked during a TSA search at Portland Airport. Yesterday, he was found not guilty on indecent exposure charges, with the ruling upholding the right to nudity as a form of protest speech. Brennan’s quote explaining the situation really nails it:

“I was mostly motivated by the absurdity of it all. The irony that they want to see me naked, but I don’t get to take off my clothes off,” he said. “You have all these machines that pretend to do it.”


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