Ventura says he'll 'never fly commercial again,' will seek Mexican citizenship

A day after the courts threw out his challenge over airport security measures, "The Body" says he might run for president to get the rules changed. He says the federal courts are denying his constitutional rights.
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A day after the courts threw out his challenge over airport security measures, "The Body" says he might run for president to get the rules changed. He says the federal courts are denying his constitutional rights.

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