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So, quit morphing the story into something it isnt

So, quit morphing the story into something it isnt  

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Author: Anonymous   Date: 4/19/2017 9:51:04 AM  +2/-2   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

They had a legal right to bump a passenger.   They used a fair system to do so.  They had a legitimate reason to do so.  The passenger agreed to the terms of that in the fare when he purchased his ticket.  The cops had a legal right to see this individual off the plane.   The individual defied legal law enforcement.   The individual has a past agressive behavior history and defiance of authority (rules) and was assessed with an anger management problem.


Was United supposed move onto the next individual on the list and involuntarily bump him, since this one "refused" ?


And, since my patient is paying for the flight, should he have control of determining who rides in all the seats on the flight he paid for?

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A weird think happened to us on an HAA flight +0/-6 the other day.  4/19/2017 9:20:36 AM