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Two Passengers Removed From Airline Flight From Boston

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  Original Published: 4/17/2013  United Airlines removes two passengers from a flight heading out of Boston to Chicago Tuesday morning.   Authorities allowed the two men back on United Flight 636 at Logan International Airport, but then removed them again after a second passenger complaint.   Passengers say the men were behaving supiciously, talking to each other across rows.   Another says the two appeared "jumpy and jittery."   Passenger Rich Siok says he felt very uncomfortable with the men's behavior.   "I was actually the one that rung the bell right before we were going to leave and said 'you know I have to go to the bathroom' and I told the flight crew I don't feel comfortable with this. And they felt the same exact way and they alarmed the captain right before we were about to take off," Siok said.   Some of the passengers on the flight, like Siok, were returning from the Boston Marathon.   The two men who were removed from the flight were allowed to travel on a different flight after the FBI checked them out.  
   
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