Bleg for Help Finding Sixth Circuit Fourth Amendment Case:

I've been looking for, but can't seem to find, a Sixth Circuit en banc case from approximately 1991 upholding a search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment. I'm specifically interested in the dissenting opinion, which, as I recall, went through a devastating list of contradictory testimony given by federal officers in various cases as to why they suspected a particular passenger (first to get off the train, last to get off the train, middle to get off the train; had no luggage, had too much luggage; meandered his way out of the airport, went directly out of the airport without stopping; etc.) If anyone knows this case, or one like it, please let me know.