The video shows Price briefly running her hands up and down the inside thigh and crotch of the TSA supervisor.
Price believed she was being targeted for harsh treatment by her former co-worker for personal reasons. She was removed from her flight, missed her brotherâ€™s funeral, handcuffed and taken to jail.
For demonstrating the kind of humiliation that TSA agents have become renowned for practicing, Price faces misdemeanor battery charges. She has pleaded not guilty.
Responding to the incident, the TSA claimed Price had carried out an act of "violence" by groping the TSA supervisor, while Priceâ€™s defense attorney John Mills contended that the treatment dished out to Price by TSA agents was far more invasive.
Indeed, if the TSA characterizes Price's actions as violent, then tens of thousands of TSA agents are habitually carrying out acts of violence against the American people by subjecting them to degrading pat downs which often include physically touching travelersâ€™ genitals.
Why are cops and FBI agents forbidden from touching American citizens without probable cause whereas TSA agents, who although festooned with badges and uniforms are not law enforcement officials, get away with behavior the federal agency itself characterizes as "violence" on a daily basis?
Price's court date has been set for July 3rd.
***Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.