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Yemen Native Who Tried Opening Cockpit Door Twice is Detained

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

A Yemen native who tried twice ramming open the cockpit door of American Airlines Flight 1561 bound for San Francisco Sunday night, and yelled “God is great” in Arabic, remained behind bars, the Associated Press reported.

A federal judge in San Francisco on Tuesday ordered Rageh Al-Murisi, 28, of California, detained. He had no luggage for the flight, carried valid and expired identification from California and New York, and had two checks totaling $13,000, AP reported. The plane was flying from Chicago.

Authorities said there was no immediate indication that he is linked to any terrorist group.

Authorities say he twice tried to open the cockpit door before being restrained by a crew member and several passengers including a retired Secret Service agent and a former cop, AP reported.  The flight landed safely in San Francisco.

Crew, Passengers Subdue Unruly Passenger, Rageh Almurisi, on Chicago-to-San Francisco Flight: MyFoxCHICAGO.com


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