Delta flier says his civil rights were violated
An American and St. Paulite with partial Saudi Arabian heritage is pursuing a civil rights complaint against Delta Airlines, claiming the carrier discriminated against him when it refused to let him board a flight in the Twin Cities Abdulkarim Al-Ganas, 25, who has dual U.S. and Saudi Arabian citizenship, acknowledges his case is complicated by the ...
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#1 Jul 10, 2010
After reading the article I have to take DAL's side on this one. If this guy wants to blame someone let him blame his new home leaders who spawn so many of the 911 terrorist. Fix your own house before you blame others.
#3 Jul 11, 2010
If you legally changed your name, why not REBOOK your ticket so it matches your travel documents?
Idiot. Douchebag wanna-ba lawyer.
#4 Jul 11, 2010
Another HAJI trying to free loading.
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