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A 12-year-old girl in a wheelchair was detained for nearly an hour at DFW Airport while trying to get through security.
Shelbi Walser was traveling with her mother on Sunday for a trip that’s become routine. The seventh grader lives with a genetic bone disorder and was on her way to Florida for another rare medical treatment.
She’s never had a problem flying, but this time Transportation Security Administration agents claimed she had bomb residue on her hands.
“It was frightening. I kinda got mad,” she said.
The agents would not allow Tammy Daniels to get close to her crying daughter so she started recording on her cellphone.
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