Boy In Wheelchair

March 20, 2012 by staff 

Boy In Wheelchair, A video viewed more than 200,000 times since it was posted to YouTube on Sunday is apparently supposed to show that the Transportation Security Administration is harassing the traveling public, in this case a young boy on his way to Disney World with his family. But the video is not exactly what it appears to be.

The 3-minute, 14-second clip with the sarcastic crawl line “TSA nabs suspected Al Queda terrorist” shows a TSA screener chatting up, patting down and swabbing a toddler in a leg cast and wheelchair.

During the incident, the unidentified boy’s father can be heard off camera reassuring the child and cooperating fully with the TSA screener. The video paints a somewhat different picture than the accompanying text which describes the child as “visibly confused, nervous and squirming.”

It purportedly happened at O’Hare International Airport, according to the text with the video, neither of which provided the date. Not true, according to TSA spokesman Jim Fotenos in Chicago. It actually was at Chicago’s Midway Airport.

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