United seat rental agreement

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The audio and video of the doctor being forcefully removed from the United Airlines flight touched everyone. Even the collection of Millennials who work at my Jersey-City UPS-Store mailbox had opinions. In addition outrage was voiced among liberals and conservatives, which is nice to feel a sense of unity. 1350 USD is the maximum amount of money allowed by law to get a passenger out of his or her seat, and United stopped at 800 USD and called the police. Someone was authorized to continue up to 1350 USD, but chose the alternative. The authorities may have thought the same way I feel about computer troubleshooting . . . ¿Why take multiple steps before the last resort? When last resort is expected . . . . skip a few steps. The boredom with due process and accelerating to a law-enforcement solution, was a bad choice. By comparison to black men and police in video it was mild. If Staten Island Eric’s, “I can’t breath” would have been complimented by, “this is not right” . . . maybe Eric would be alive today. The internet is flooded with video, and it takes relevant audio to strike masses emotionally. The United video and audio was tough to hear like Eric’s, “I can’t breath”. The doctor survived; Eric didn’t. “He paid for the seat” so many people have said. No the doctor did not pay for the seat . . . the doctor rented the seat, and the authorities ended his rental agreement early. The doctor was as wrong as the many videos of black men who resist arrest . . . comply with us. »» nearlincoln contact us


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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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