The lawyer representing United Airlines passenger David Dao, who was dragged from his seat after refusing to get off his flight, said that he will "probably" file a lawsuit.
The incident reports provide additional detail into the April 9 incident at O'Hare International Airport, which gained international attention after video shot by other passengers of Dao being dragged off the flight went viral.
Furthermore, statements from the officer involved in forcibly removing Dao from the flight, identified as James Long, have been released as well via the a Freedom of Information Act request from the Associated Press.
When officers physically lifted Dao from his seat, Rodriguez's report said, Dao's flailing caused Long to lose his grip on Dao, and the passenger fell forward and hit his mouth on the opposite seat's armrest.
Officer Mauricio Rodriguez Jr. wrote in his report that Long "assisted the subject by using minimal but necessary (sic) force to remove the subject". Dao then ran back onto the aircraft and got to the rear section, where he told officers: "I'm not getting off the plane".
Once Long was able to remove Dao from the plane, the struggle continued.
Long claims Dao said they'd have to kill him, while running back on the plane.
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It was later discovered that Dao had a concussion, a broken nose, a sinus injury and lost two front teeth, The Tribune reported. "Mr. Munoz had that opportunity to publicly apologize, and then he didn't, then he called the doctor belligerent, then he finally said 'mea culpa, ' so we're past the stage of needing ..."
In a separate "Hospitalisation Case Report" released on Monday, the Chicago Police Department said Dao was seen striking his face against an armrest as aviation officers tried to escort him from the flight.
United Airlines chief executive Oscar Munoz apologised, saying: "[The incident] has elicited many responses from all of us: "outrage, anger, disappointment.
Dao, according to the report, returned to the flight and the flight crew said he had been "spitting blood" in the galley.
Officer Steven Smith, the third officer involved, gave a similar description of the incident in the report. Long's disciplinary notice says he was placed on leave for "violation of city police or rule" and "conduct involving job performance or substandard work performance".
Inspector General Joe Ferguson has launched an investigation into the fiasco that sparked worldwide outrage: aviation police dragging a bloodied man off a United Express flight at O'Hare Airport.
"Only force reasonably necessary to defend a human life, effect an arrest or control a person shall be used by Aviation Security personnel", according to the aviation department's use of force policy.