People with Asian community organizations from Chicago hold signs to protest April 11 after David Dao, 69, of Elizabethtown, Ky., was removed from a United Airlines airplane by police at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
The other fired CDA employee was an aviation security sergeant who was "involved in the deliberate removal of material facts from an employee report" of the incident.
Dow lost two teeth, had a broken nose and suffered a concussion during the incident.
And United has vowed to not call airport security - or remove a passenger who is already seated on the plane - unless it's a matter of safety and security.
Following the incident (as well as the undoubtedly-lucrative settlement reached between Dao and United Airlines back in April), there was, of course, an official report.
Moving forward, United announced changes to its overbooked flight policy, and now allows supervisors to offer up to $10,000 in vouchers for passengers to give up their seats. Two other officers were accused of omitting or fabricating information contained in their reports of the incident.
"It is unfortunate the conduct of these two City aviation employees has resulted in their losing their jobs", Thomas Demetrio, Dao's lawyer, said.More news: Commissioner Goodell Says NFL Is Not Changing Its National Anthem Policy
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"However, this is not a day of celebration for Dr. Dao, who is neither vindictive nor happy about Mr. Ferguson's findings".
"Do not state something that is clearly contrary to video viewed by the world", he said, adding that "passengers should always maintain the right to videotape mistreatment of all kinds". But for the video, the filed report stating that only "minimal" force was used would have been unnoticed.
Joya and Forest Cummings told CNN that Dao was not belligerent and got only mildly upset when a second officer arrived and demanded he leave the plane, they said. Simply put, don't make stuff up.
The inspector general's office did not return HuffPost's requests for clarification on what facts the sergeant removed from the report and why.
The investigation also identified "significant confusion" regarding the role of unarmed aviation security officers, and blamed the Chicago Department of Aviation for a "fundamental failure to implement practical policies and procedures". "Our cellphones are the best deterrent to ensure mistreatment becomes a rarity".
The Aviation Department also has said new regulations in training make it clear the Chicago Police Department is the lead agency, not airport security officers, when responding to any reported disturbance at the city's airports, on or off the planes. Neither of the sacked officials were named in the report. Again, cellphone footage of the incident went viral.