Man Detained Over Arabic Flashcards Can't Sue TSA, FBI

, The Legal Intelligencer


Employees of the Transportation Security Administration and the FBI have qualified immunity from a suit filed against them by a college student who was detained at the Philadelphia International Airport after Arabic-English flashcards with words such as "kill" and "bomb" were discovered in his luggage, the Third Circuit has ruled.

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