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United CEO defends employees who dragged ‘belligerent’ man off plane in company-wide letter.

United CEO defends employees who dragged ‘belligerent’ man off plane in company-wide letter.

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Despite a huge online backlash, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is barely apologetic for security officials violently dragging a 69-year-old Kentucky doctor off an overbooked flight on Sunday. And in a letter he sent to United employees hours after the incident, Munoz said he "emphatically" supports airline employees involved in dragging the "disruptive and belligerent" passenger off the plane, AP reports.

The passenger, who said he was a doctor on his way to see patients, had been asked to "voluntarily vacate" his seat on an overbooked flight from Chicago to Louisville. When he refused, he was aggressively dragged off by United employees, getting visibly bloodied and injured in the process.

Sources: USA Today,AP
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