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Old 04-11-2017, 06:36 AM   #233
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Originally Posted by DaveS903 View Post
Just heard a legal talking head explain the airline did not have the right to remove him because the flight was not overbooked and the police/security people did not have the right to use force simply because they were told to do so. After it is all said and done, the guy is going to be set for life.
There were 2 wrongs - United got the Authorities involved, and once that happens, the passenger should have complied with requests of the Officers. The plane is private property. No grown man should react to Authority in this manner.

If it is vital to business to have those employees elsewhere, then United should have kept making offers to compensate a willing Customer.
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