FILE - In this July 18, 2012, file photo, John Brennan, the man who stripped at Portland International Airport to protest TSA screeners, celebrates outside the Multnomah County Courthouse following his trial in Portland, Ore. A judge in Multnomah County found Brennan not guilty of violating a Portland ordinance that forbids exposing genitals in public and in the presence of the opposite sex. A few weeks later, Brennan said, he was told he'd be fined for violating a rule that forbids passengers to interfere with, assault, threaten or intimidate the screeners. He faces a $1,000 federal fine, and an administrative hearing on Tuesday, May 14, and he expects to lose. But he plans to press his free-speech argument into the federal courts. He says he wants more effective security checks that aren’t so invasive. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

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FILE - In this July 18, 2012, file photo, John Brennan, the man who stripped at Portland International Airport to protest TSA screeners, celebrates outside the Multnomah County Courthouse following his trial  in Portland, Ore. A judge in Multnomah County found Brennan not guilty of violating a Portland ordinance that forbids exposing genitals in public and in the presence of the opposite sex.  A few weeks later, Brennan said, he was told he'd be fined for violating a rule that forbids passengers to interfere with, assault, threaten or intimidate the screeners. He faces a $1,000 federal fine, and an administrative hearing on Tuesday, May 14, and he expects to lose.  But he plans to press his free-speech argument into the federal courts. He says he wants more effective security checks that aren’t so invasive.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
FILE - In this July 18, 2012, file photo, John Brennan, the man who stripped at Portland International Airport to protest TSA screeners, celebrates outside the Multnomah County Courthouse following his trial in Portland, Ore. A judge in Multnomah County found Brennan not guilty of violating a Portland ordinance that forbids exposing genitals in public and in the presence of the opposite sex. A few weeks later, Brennan said, he was told he'd be fined for violating a rule that forbids passengers to interfere with, assault, threaten or intimidate the screeners. He faces a $1,000 federal fine, and an administrative hearing on Tuesday, May 14, and he expects to lose. But he plans to press his free-speech argument into the federal courts. He says he wants more effective security checks that aren’t so invasive. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
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