Bloomberg: ‘Kings and Queens’ of Border Puzzle Courts Divided on Liability

IRLI In The News

December 15, 2021

By Lydia Wheeler

Border patrol agents allegedly took Anas Elhady’s coat and shoes, and held him in a near-freezing cell without a blanket after he legally crossed the border back into the U.S. from Canada. Robert Boule was allegedly shoved to the ground by a border patrol agent who came onto his property without a warrant to check the immigration status of a guest at the inn Boule owns in Washington.

Can they each sue the agents for damages? The answer right now depends on which court is hearing their case.

Read the full story at Bloomberg.

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