TSA Abuses

The Third Circuit allowed an airline passenger to sue the Transportation Security Administration for “torment” and “abuse” she suffered from TSA screeners at Philadelphia International Airport,  including “forcing her to crawl under a table” to reach the belongings they had taken from her, and damaged, and allegedly causing her to be falsely charged with 10 crimes.

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Terrorist Attack

A federal court dismissed a case brought by surviving family members of three U.S. Army Special Forces trainers who were killed at the entrance to a Jordanian air base in 2016. The family members claims that a First Sergeant in the Jordanian military wrongfully killed the soldiers and that Jordan aided and abetted the terrorist attack fail, because the country has sovereign immunity.

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