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United States was not liable for postal worker’s intentional torts (access required)

Where a contractor who provided mail deliveries for the United States Postal Service was repeatedly sexually harassed, assaulted and battered by a USPS employee, sovereign immunity shielded both USPS and the United States from liability for the employee’s behavior. Background Plaintiff Mary Lee Sharrer works for KGS Inc., a contract mail delivery service that provides deliveries for ...