Continuing the discussion from this topic,
Two security officers in Chicago have been fired following an overbooking incident on a United Airlines flight to Louisville in April, which left passenger David Dao being dragged of the aircraft. David was asked to leave the plane after being told that his seat was needed for a crew member on a connecting route. He was left with a broken nose, two missing teeth and concussion. Since the incident, one officer resigned and two have been fired.
Chicago’s Inspector General Joseph Ferguson’s report states that the officers used “excessive force” which “escalated a nonthreatening situation into a physically violent one”.