I Purchased a signed/numbered led zeppelin concert poster from a Gentleman at an estate sale and ...I was at DIA in Colorado flying to SF international Airport in Aug 2017......I took the poster out of the frame and decided to carry on plane because i didnt have time to send home..so i rolled poster up in a cardboard poster tube...and taped both ends with clear tape so tsa could see what was in the tube! As i went through the screening process i put a bag of collectables like jewelery and coins in a safeway /plastic grocery bag...and put the poster tube on on its side.. next to the bag in the same bin....... So i get to gate forgot my poster ...i go back they couldnt find it and so i had to go to tsa podium ...they couldnt find it.sayed they would contacf me....after they reviewed camera footage and they would let me know what they find? I recieved a VMAIL in the plane b4 take off...plane delayed an hour...the woman from tsa sayed that when i arrived at DIA THERE WAS NO POSTER in my possession when i arrived at airport / and screening area i didnt have in my possession neither ....and they reviewed all angles and i didnt have poster at all...TSA arent allowed to review cameras!
So, did you have a legal question? I don't see it. What is it you want to know? What makes you think TSA are not allowed to review camera's.....they review cameras all day, every day, at every airport......
You claim you lost a poster. TSA can find no proof.
One thing you can do is check out https://www.tsa.gov/contact/lost-and-found
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