I have chaperoned high school kids (180 band students) on overnight trips … I can tell you from experience that the kids and chaperones are not telling the truth. These kids are on their way to an end-of-year party at an amusement park and there's no way I'd ever believe they we being angels if it got to the point that they were kicked off the plane.
Also my experience that "adult" chaperones are sometimes worse than the kids
Now that you've brought it up, isn't that a reason for getting kicked off a plane?
...use of a smart-phone camera?
but yeah, wot would you give to be a fly-on-the-wall during these "We Sed/They Sed" incidents?
The attorney for the airline should request to view their iphone movies during the incident. If the kids show (selective) videos claiming they were all well behaved …. then they were guilty of not putting their damn phones away as the crew demanded by federal regulations.
Meanwhile, the kids & parents are claiming antisemitism caused them to get removed from the plane.
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