Famous legal hack Gloria Allred is representing a group of L.A teachers and school kids who had jet fuel rained on them from a passenger jet that dumped fuel after experiencing engine trouble after takeoff. The plane may or may not have followed proper procedure when it dumped 15,000 gallons of jet fuel to comply with the recommended landing weight when it had to return to the airport. Apparently the "correct" procedure is to dump jet fuel at a high altitude so it is "atomized" when it ultimately reaches the ground or it is dumped on "sparsely populated areas" (or the ocean?) . My point is how often does this happen throughout the world? How often do airliners (legally) jettison thousands of gallons of raw fuel into the atmosphere? Elitists like to travel by air but they hate my gas guzzling 8 cylinder truck. Jet fuel dumping makes the push for electric cars sound trivial.