A woman in her sixties has claimed that she was strip-searched by TSA agents at JFK airport, making her the third AARP-eligible traveler to accuse the screeners of such conduct in the past two weeks. Linda Kallish, the most recent to make the complaint, said she’s outraged and embarrassed and described events similar to those encountered by the two previous women, who are 88 and 85 years young. Those women said they were forced to pull down their pants in private screening rooms. Yesterday, the TSA apologized but also disputed the claim. Who would have guessed that stricter screening policies would lead to grandmothers getting strip-searched?