Prepare for a shock: the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) lied. Thats the bureaucracy pestering passengers in airports while the Underwear Bomber waltzes past checkpoints onto his plane and sets himself afire. No matter: the TSA turned that flaming failure into an excuse to clamor more loudly for "whole-body imagers," i.e., cameras that virtually strip-search us. Though the TSA pretends these pornographic contraptions are its answer to explosive briefs, its actually been lusting after them for years even as passengers vehemently objected to exposing themselves to government agents, especially ones armed with cameras. And so the TSAs propagandists swore its imagers could neither store nor transmit pictures. Sadly, those papers show the agency for a bold and brazen liar: "the TSA specifies that the body scanners it purchases must have the ability to store and send images when in test mode." EPIC shared its findings with CNN, usually one of the governments most reliable and loyal cheerleaders. And even CNN had to admit that the TSA may be "misleading the public," though the network quickly qualified this scandalous allegation by adding that its merely what "a privacy group says." .