Just Randomness? - Real Life
Alice Clearwater

In 1979, by an overwhelming majority decision grounded in the Fourth Amendment, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police had no right to stop drivers at random. These stops, "violate the constitutional guarantee against unreasonable seizures." Today, almost 40 years after the Supreme Court ruling, the TSA "randomly" selects some passengers for additional security screening, such as a pat-down by an officer.