Two other employees of the security service was sent on leave, and the passengers received compensation after the forced removal of the passenger United Airlines from the plane on Sunday.
A total of three employees of the Chicago Department of aviation are on leave after the incident, which turned into a public-relations nightmare for United. In conditions of sharp decline of stocks and threats to boycott the newly released footage appears to contradict the statement of the Director General Oscar muц?oz that the militancy of passenger Dr. David Tao has left officers no choice but to forcibly remove it.
Meanwhile, the Governor of new Jersey Chris Christie urged to halt the widespread practice of overbooking. In that moment, when Tao tried to expel from the plane he screamed. Passengers said that the blood dripping from his mouth when he hit his head on the armrest. The Director General promised that he would never allow law enforcement agencies to remove "booked, paid, seated passenger" from the plane.
Passengers reported that Tao was not aggressive during a conversation with representatives of the airline. Tao was a little disappointed when a second officer approached him after he continued to refuse to leave. Tao never raised his voice when he spoke with officers and representatives of the airlines. The reports that Dao acted aggressively, simply not true. Pleas doctor didn't work. After a few moments he began forcibly to drag down the aisle. Passengers said that Tao hit his head on the armrest.
Tao is recovering in a hospital in Chicago, said his lawyer, who plans to hold a press conference.
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