In order to fly out of Pereira, Colombia, today, I was forced to do a full-body x-ray. I was allowed to see the x-ray and it was very detailed, showing bones and internal organs, but I was not allowed to take a photo of the image. I wanted the photo for my own benefit since I've had some stomach problems lately (and for future comparisons) and since I had already "suffered" the x-ray radiation.
Can I legally fight the photo denial? Is there a way to either succesfully take a photo next time or to sue the government? My thinking is that the forced image of my body belongs more to me than to the police.
I imagine that this question is hard to answer for Colombia, so would accept an answer which would apply in case this ever happened in California, USA.