That sounds horrible, but more facts are needed such as why you were blocked from boarding the plane, why the police were called. This type of question would be best answered in a face to face meeting or at least a telephone conference with an attorney. Good luck.
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It really depends on why they blocked you from boarding the plane in the first place. I would take the video to an aviation attorney and have them go over all your options.
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As the facts unfold it is likely that you will find that TSA and not the specific airline is the entity that you will need to make a claim against. TSA is a very difficult target. There is broad info here about traveler's civil rights and other tort claims: http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/civil-rights-travelers
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You left out lots of details so there is little here can be done for you. FWIW, nothing in your post suggests you have any case at all. Maybe your vidoe will tell a more complete story---best of luck to you.
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There is not one continuous event, but the cell phone coverage may be very helpful. It appears that both you and the unidentified person in Denver and you agree that you had some medical problem. Please take to heart the advice given you by my esteemed colleagues.