Car Dealer Rick Case Is Pressing Charges Against a TSA Officer Over a $450 Pen

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Puddie now spends his days going to job interviews, organizing nightlife events with friends, and reselling Aroma Everfresh air-freshener sachets that he buys wholesale, 100 at a time, to friends and family. On Sundays, he goes to a Jamaican restaurant to watch football games, eating brown-stew chicken and playing dominoes, just as the men in the airport did when he was young.

He wasn't going to keep the pen. He was going to give it to his father. The TSA prefers black ink anyway.

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