Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became even more verbal.
Ms. Moshe: I did not. I just said that I was carrying a lot of things and one of the assistants rudely suggested that I either check some things instead of carrying it all.
Pieces: There was no harm in such suggestion. If you had done so you would have not looked like a scavenger with a lot of junk.
Biased Equity Rep: We became suspicious with Ms. Moshe and the contents of her luggage so we had asked her to come with us so we could conduct an inspection.
Pieces: This just tells me that you run a top notch security operation.
Ms. Moshe: Top notch, they went through all of my belongings and then told me that what I had was too large to continue in with so I therefore had to find other means of doing so.
Pieces: You should have cooperated, and check what things you could not carry on board with you. What you were attempting to do was highly dangerous to all involved.
Biased Equity Rep: We were adamant about this and the safety of the others involved.
Ms. Moshe: My anger with Biased Equity was that they kept following me around until I left.
Biased Equity Rep: That was to make sure that you followed the rules.
Pieces: Well, there was not much to follow or at least room to on a plane. To board the plane Ms. Moshe had to check her luggage after she did this all should have been fine. What else had Ms. Moshe done to deserve plane surveilance from you?
Biased  Equity Rep: Plane? There was no plane involved and we certainly didn't surveilance her on one.
Pieces: Then how was Ms. Moshe being followed to cause such a complaint?

Pieces will resume...

Dated: February 21, 2010



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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became even more verbal.
Ms. Moshe: I did not. I just said that I was carrying a lot of things and one of the assistants rudely suggested that I either check some things instead of carrying it all.
Pieces: There was no harm in such suggestion. If you had done so you would have not looked like a scavenger with a lot of junk.
Biased Equity Rep: We became suspicious with Ms. Moshe and the contents of her luggage so we had asked her to come with us so we could conduct an inspection.
Pieces: This just tells me that you run a top notch security operation.
Ms. Moshe: Top notch, they went through all of my belongings and then told me that what I had was too large to continue in with so I therefore had to find other means of doing so.
Pieces: You should have cooperated, and check what things you could not carry on board with you. What you were attempting to do was highly dangerous to all involved.
Biased Equity Rep: We were adamant about this and the safety of the others involved.
Ms. Moshe: My anger with Biased Equity was that they kept following me around until I left.
Biased Equity Rep: That was to make sure that you followed the rules.
Pieces: Well, there was not much to follow or at least room to on a plane. To board the plane Ms. Moshe had to check her luggage after she did this all should have been fine. What else had Ms. Moshe done to deserve plane surveilance from you?
Biased  Equity Rep: Plane? There was no plane involved and we certainly didn't surveilance her on one.
Pieces: Then how was Ms. Moshe being followed to cause such a complaint?

Pieces will resume...

Dated: February 21, 2010



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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became even more verbal.
Ms. Moshe: I did not. I just said that I was carrying a lot of things and one of the assistants rudely suggested that I either check some things instead of carrying it all.
Pieces: There was no harm in such suggestion. If you had done so you would have not looked like a scavenger with a lot of junk.
Biased Equity Rep: We became suspicious with Ms. Moshe and the contents of her luggage so we had asked her to come with us so we could conduct an inspection.
Pieces: This just tells me that you run a top notch security operation.
Ms. Moshe: Top notch, they went through all of my belongings and then told me that what I had was too large to continue in with so I therefore had to find other means of doing so.
Pieces: You should have cooperated, and check what things you could not carry on board with you. What you were attempting to do was highly dangerous to all involved.
Biased Equity Rep: We were adamant about this and the safety of the others involved.
Ms. Moshe: My anger with Biased Equity was that they kept following me around until I left.
Biased Equity Rep: That was to make sure that you followed the rules.
Pieces: Well, there was not much to follow or at least room to on a plane. To board the plane Ms. Moshe had to check her luggage after she did this all should have been fine. What else had Ms. Moshe done to deserve plane surveilance from you?
Biased  Equity Rep: Plane? There was no plane involved and we certainly didn't surveilance her on one.
Pieces: Then how was Ms. Moshe being followed to cause such a complaint?

Pieces will resume...

Dated: February 21, 2010



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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became even more verbal.
Ms. Moshe: I did not. I just said that I was carrying a lot of things and one of the assistants rudely suggested that I either check some things instead of carrying it all.
Pieces: There was no harm in such suggestion. If you had done so you would have not looked like a scavenger with a lot of junk.
Biased Equity Rep: We became suspicious with Ms. Moshe and the contents of her luggage so we had asked her to come with us so we could conduct an inspection.
Pieces: This just tells me that you run a top notch security operation.
Ms. Moshe: Top notch, they went through all of my belongings and then told me that what I had was too large to continue in with so I therefore had to find other means of doing so.
Pieces: You should have cooperated, and check what things you could not carry on board with you. What you were attempting to do was highly dangerous to all involved.
Biased Equity Rep: We were adamant about this and the safety of the others involved.
Ms. Moshe: My anger with Biased Equity was that they kept following me around until I left.
Biased Equity Rep: That was to make sure that you followed the rules.
Pieces: Well, there was not much to follow or at least room to on a plane. To board the plane Ms. Moshe had to check her luggage after she did this all should have been fine. What else had Ms. Moshe done to deserve plane surveilance from you?
Biased  Equity Rep: Plane? There was no plane involved and we certainly didn't surveilance her on one.
Pieces: Then how was Ms. Moshe being followed to cause such a complaint?

Pieces will resume...

Dated: February 21, 2010



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