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But why was everybody on board barred from leaving the train, including a seven-year-old girl who, according to her mother, was in need of medical care?
"We didn't want to say, 'You can get off the train because you look a certain way, but you can't,'" says Reynolds. "It's a slippery slope."
He's right. Before long, everyone will assume that they can freely exit a public train. —Matt Snyders
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