Lawyers for Dao filed an emergency request Wednesday in an IL court seeking to preserve surveillance videos, cockpit voice recordings, passenger and crew lists, and other materials related to United Flight 3411, Reuters reported.
On Wednesday, Munoz said he did not blame the passenger, and added that his initial comments "fell short" of what he felt.
The CEO vowed to never again let a law enforcement remove "a booked, paid, seated passenger", from a plane. "We can't do that".
The family's lawyer issued a statement saying Dr Dao is still recovering in a Chicago hospital, telling WKLY: "The family of Dr. Dao wants the world to know that they are very appreciative of the outpouring of prayers, concern and support they have received". It is unclear if Dao remains hospitalized.
No one volunteered, despite United's offers of up to $800.
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She said the airline was unable to get him home until after 2 p.m. the next day.
The United Airlines passenger who was videotaped being bloodied and dragged off an overbooked plane by airport police signaled Wednesday he would fight back in court.
On Wednesday, United said it would compensate all passengers on board the flight the cost of their tickets. One of the officers involved has since been put on leave, and the department has launched an investigation.
The 300 officers on the Aviation Department's certified police force do not carry weapons (nor have they ever done so), but they have been asking to be armed since the force's founding 30 years ago, according to the Chicago Sun Times.
Dao, 69, reportedly authored a pair of popular folk songs a half-century ago while living in Vietnam, according to the New York Post. United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has apologized - twice.
Along with his sordid past, Dr. David Dao, the man ripped from his United Airlines seat earlier this week, also has a notable distant past.
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"We are demanding accountability, and we are expecting an answer from both United Airlines and the Department of Transportation about what they are going to do", Chu said. Passenger videos of the incident show him being dragged from the plane and bleeding from the mouth.
Dao was on a full jet at O'Hare Airport that was scheduled to fly to Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday night when he and three other passengers were ordered off to make room for some employees of a partner airline.
"I don't think customers realize how many people really do not show up for flights and how much money overbooking keeps fares a little bit lower than they would otherwise be", Ben Baldanza, the former CEO of Spirit Airlines, told CNN.
"They take the bait. and you dig yourself in a deeper hole", Bueermann said, comparing the United situation to that of a SC police officer seen on cellphone video in 2015 flipping a high school student backward in her desk-chair then dragging her across the classroom after she refused to leave.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he has asked the Trump administration to suspend regulations that allow airlines to overbook flights.
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