Family suing Airport Police after daughter was ‘battered by airfield confidence staff’

A family is suing Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and a Memphis International Airport Police Department for $100,000, after daughter, who is a cancer survivor and was returning behind to home, smashed by a confidence staffs.

It has been reported that a family along with a cancer survivor teen, Hannah, were returning behind to home after her final operation.

But during a airport, a confidence staffs didn’t uncover any care to a cancer survivor, who is also blind in one eye, partially deaf and paralyzed.

They allegedly dragged her to a ‘sterile area’ for endless search. A confidence officer during one point, bumped her conduct to ground.

Her mom was invariably perplexing to tell them about her daughter’s mind tumor, though no physique was there to listen her urge.

Hannah was after jailed for 24 hours until she seemed in a internal court, where a decider discharged a charges opposite her.

The family is now formulation to sue both TSA and Airport Police Department.

Hannah Cohen