Maybe a reader with a Twitter account can run some or all of these past the American Airlines Twitter account. Regarding the recent viral video:
- Does American Airlines take domestic violence seriously?
- Why was the victim ejected from the plane along with his abuser? Does American Airlines blame him for being abused?
- Is the Miami-Dade PD statement reported by the Miami Herald accurate in asserting that the police were not immediately called and the flight crew declined to make a statement?
- Did American Airlines book the abuser on another flight before the police could locate her?
- Assuming the Miami Herald report is accurate, was the flight crew’s decision not to give a statement after witnessing domestic violence inside an American Airlines cabin in line with American Airlines corporate policy?
- Would American Airlines expect the flight crew to have handled the situation any differently if the sexes were reversed?
Edit: According to the Business Insider article, American Airlines confirmed that they ejected both the abuser and her victim from the plane:
An American Airlines spokeswoman told Business Insider in an emailed statement: “Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were traveling together were involved in a dispute.
“Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft.
“We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation. Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers.”