You try to keep it simple? You are simple(the bad kind)! You still didn't read a thing. Maybe the words aren't simple enough for you?<quoted text>
How do you know she was not sick? The ambulance chaser was smart enough to conceal his TB (the bad kind); and the pilots on whose flights he used very likely did not know what that lying turkey was infected with. If there was an error, the pilot did so in favor of safety. Now about TB (the bad kind): I try to keep it real simple for people like you, Leslie. Hey, the pilot did the right thing!
How do you know she was sick? Was she sent to the hospital? NO SHE HAD TO GET A HOTEL ROOM AND STAY ANOTHER NIGHT BEFORE SHE COULD LEAVE ON THE NEXT FLIGHT. DID THEY KICK HER OFF THAT FLIGHT? WHERE IS SHE NOW? IF SHE WAS SO SICK WHY ISN'T IT IN THE MEDIA? The pilot did the right thing? Like I said read.
Do you think TB boy went to the pilots and said I've got something but I don't know what kind (but its not the bad kind)?
It's not just about the other passengers rights its about the girls rights too. Did the airline comp a room for her because they were being cautious? Did they go public with an apology for the parents that were worried about their daughter?
I already explained my view. If you don't like it tough. I don't like yours either so we're even.