Now we know what those TSA organized "VIPER" teams are doing since being tasked to patrol the streets of America, namely the same as they do at our nation's airports -- organized mass molestation on an unprecedented scale.
In this case out of Georgia, a VIPER team composed of officers from the Forest Park Police Department has been accused by a plurality of victims of conducting illegal strip searches, allegedly telling one suspect to "pull his pants down, bend over, squat and cough."
Some of the strip searches were so disturbing they reportedly ended in tears.
The accused "crimes"? Such horrors as driving with "expired tags," or allegedly "not using a turn signal."
Others say the Georgia VIPER team broke into their home in the middle of the night without a warrant, arrested them, then went through their personal belongings like they were going through a "pawn shop" taking whatever they pleased.
Their victims are now fighting back with a lawsuit accusing the VIPER teams of violating their rights.
"Taking somebody's clothes off on the side of a road someplace, pulling their pants down, exposing their genitals, searching them without probable cause or a warrant, it's just not lawful,” said representing attorney Mark Bullman.
Watch a video report on case courtesy of WSBTV:
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