David Dao isn't planning on flying the friendly skies after getting dragged off of an airplane due to an overbooked flight.
Instead, the 69-year-old doctor is planning on taking United Airlines to court — and he's making sure the company has ALL the evidence related to Sunday's bloody altercation!
After lawyering up with two of Chicago's top attorneys, Dao made another legal move on Wednesday demanding United preserve everything involving the flight. This includes surveillance video, cockpit recording, the passenger list, crew list, and any relevant reports prepared by the airline.
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The doctor and his legal team also want police documents pertaining to the incident, United's passenger-removing protocols, and the personnel files of the officers who "re-accommodated" Dao.
If the airline didn't already have enough baggage to handle, brand new footage of the incident has surfaced showing the moments leading up to the intense altercation.
The clip, recorded by fellow passenger Joya Griffin Cummings, shows a passenger identified as Dr. Dao speaking to security officials who are telling him to exit the overbooked plane. Dao says in the footage:
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