‘Middle Eastern’ Man STORMS Cockpit Of Airplane With Laptop- Check Out What Happens Next

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Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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We have just been alerted to an attempted hijacking and potential terror threat aboard a flight between Los Angeles and Honolulu.  The man has been described as a “foreign national” which is often the sensitive liberal’s choice code-word for radical Muslim.  If this turns out to be another case of radical cultural diversity, don’t be shocked!

The man, reportedly from Turkey was removed from an American Airlines flight by federal agents after he allegedly tried to enter its cockpit with a laptop computer.

The American Airlines Flight 31 Airbus A321 had over one hundred passengers on board of which 31 have been detained for questioning—including the primary suspect. There is always the possibility that this individual was not working alone.  As of right now the circumstances surrounding the incident are somewhat unclear.

The flight departed from Los Angeles International Airport on 8:34 a.m. on May 19. Once the flight was in the air, the suspect, 25-year-old Anil Uskanil, reportedly was waiting to use the bathroom on the plane close to the cockpit when a flight attendant asked him to sit down, ABC news reported.

Witnesses aboard the plane told ABC News that Uskanil tried to “push his way through” first class on his way to the bathroom at the front of the plane, but was stopped by a beverage cart and another passenger. Some witnesses aboard the plane said that Uskanil was wearing a “towel or blanket over his head” and had a laptop in his hands while trying to get into the first-class area.

A source told the news outlet that the suspect was carrying a laptop with him as he tried to breach the cockpit door. He was subdued by the crew and an off-duty police officer on the plane, and the flight was escorted by two F-22 fighter jets until it landed safely at Honolulu International Airport.

Law enforcement officers from the F.B.I. and other agencies boarded the plane once it landed and put the man in handcuffs, walking him out of the plane for further questioning.

Here’s how the conflict is being described:

Crew members on American Airlines Flight 31 and an off-duty police officer restrained the man aboard the flight which originated from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the reports said. Flight 31 was due to land in Honolulu at noon local time.

The news outlets said the man had “breached” security at LAX but was allowed to board the plane. It was not immediately clear what the circumstances of that breach were, but the news outlets, citing unnamed sources, said once Flight 31 departed, the man allegedly “tried to break through the cockpit door.”

It’s unclear why just weeks after the United States declared an international risk was posed by terrorists smuggling bombs onto laptops aboard flights, an attempted hijacking could unfold over American soil.  It’s rather alarming that “the man had breached” security yet was allowed to board a plane–that’s such a dangerous lapse in judgement that it’s unforgivable if it’s accurate.  How does someone with such clear  ill intentions get allowed to board a plane?

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American Airlines has issued the following statement:

American Airlines Flight 31, an Airbus A321 from Los Angeles to Honolulu, landed safety at 11:35 a.m. HST.

Due to a disturbance during the flight, the crew requested that law enforcement meet the aircraft upon landing in Honolulu.

American is in touch with federal law enforcement. As this is an active investigation, please contact the FBI’s Honolulu Division.

If you’re flying, stay alert!

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