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  1. I’m surprised the sexual assault article isn’t in a league by itself. The combination of excessive alcohol and time on their hands apparently causes quite a problem and the airlines seem unwilling to confront the problem or even define it as a problem, likely out of fear of litigation. Sounds like a job for Allred.
    What I wonder is what would have happened in any of these cases had the women actually knocked the living daylights out of these jerks? Like while his hand was on her crotch, she put her elbow into his face as hard as she could have breaking his nose, causing excessive bleeding followed by ramming his head up against the knee while he was blinded? Would the airlines have taken note then? Would she have been escorted to another seat? Upgraded to First Class? This will only get worse until someone YouTubes an assault and one of the airlines pays outrageous sums in settlements then some genius at the airlines will say maybe NOW we should develop a policy and implement security plans….God forbid anyone be proactive.

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