Found November 04, 2011 on
– Jesse Ventura’s lawsuit over TSA pat-downs was dismissed by a federal judge today. The judge dismissed the lawsuit that claimed airport scans and pat-downs amounted to unreasonable search and seizure, saying that it was filed in the wrong jurisdiction and should have been filed in a Circuit Court of Appeals. Ventura was reportedly so angry by the ruling that he threatened to file for dual citizenship and move to his home in Mexico. He said he wasn’t sure if he would pursue the lawsuit further.
– As noted earlier, last night’s episode of iMPACT! drew a 1.28 (1.3) cable rating with 1.70 million viewers. The show was up 23% in the key male 18 – 49 demographic and was up from last week’s 1.15 cable rating. The hour breakdowns were a 1.35 (1.4) in the first hour and 1.22 (1.2) in the second; quarter-hour breakdowns are below:
Q1: 1.41 rating – Opening promo between Robert Roode and James Storm to set up the main event
Q2: 1.33 rating – Knockout Tag Team Title match
Q3: 1.39 rating – B...
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Yesterday, Jesse Ventura’s lawsuit against the federal government was dismissed. He then said he would not fly commercial ever again.
He said: “I will never fly commercially again. I will not, in a free country, be treated like a criminal. In our airports today, we citizens are treated like criminals. We’re guilty until we’re proven innocent.”
He also said he might try...
The Associated Press is reporting that Jesse Ventura refuses to stand for the national anthem after a district judge in Minnesota threw out his lawsuit against the federal government claiming airport security searches amounted to "unreasonable search
Former professional wrestler turned former action movie hero turned former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura is about to turn Mexican, the AP reports. Ventura is ticked off that he lost a lawsuit against the federal government (of the USA) on Thursday, alleging that airport scans and pat-downs amount to unreasonable search and seizure. In protest...
The Associated Press is reporting that Jesse Ventura refuses to stand for the national anthem after a district judge in Minnesota threw out his lawsuit against the federal government claiming ...