The legal validity of Renee Gustafson’s complaint against two federal employees, Myron Thomas and William Adkins, for allegedly violating her Fourth Amendment rights — she claims they surreptitiously placed a recording device in an empty office that she and other women who worked at the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center used as a changing room — seemed solid because the U.S. Supreme Court hasn’t overruled Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of Federal Bureau of Narcotics, the 1971 decision that concluded “damages …