When a connecting flight in New Jersey was delayed, Greg Revell waited overnight in the airport. He had legally checked his gun in at the beginning of his journey, but when he went to check it in again for his connecting flight, he was reported to the TSA and arrested. His gun was confiscated and he was imprisoned for 10 days before the charges were dropped, and he did not get his gun back for 3 years. The appellate court dismissed his lawsuit against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police, though Revell had been protected by federal law from their actions. Cam Edwards speaks with Revell's attorney, Evan Nappen, who reports that the Supreme Court has also denied Revell the justice he deserves. Originally aired 1/20/2011.