The US Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit has ruled that Transportation Security Administration officers can't be sued over most checkpoint disputes because they are not law enforcement or investigative officers, and are therefore protected by the government's sovereign immunity.
TSA officers can't be sued for most checkpoint disputes, court rules
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