BREAKING: Fighter Jets Surround American Airlines Flight After Alert Of What Muslims Were Doing To The Cockpit

The airline industry has been having a difficult time lately. Video after video has been released of physical fights between customers as well as customers and employees. Now another scandal surrounding an American Airlines flight has hit the airwaves. A twenty-five-year-old Turkish man was aboard a Honolulu, Hawaii-bound flight. The man’s name was Anil Uskanil and he was taken down by passengers and crew after attempting to break into the cockpit.

They used various resources such as duct tape, pillows, and blankets to subdue him. The event took place this past Friday. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents boarded the flight once it landed to investigate the events that occurred. Due to the occurrence, U.S. Pacific Command had to put together two F-22 Raptors to surround the airline from the Hawaii Air National Guard.

The Raptors escorted the flight from Honolulu International Airport at approximately 11:35 a.m. The flight was titled AA Flight 31. It left Los Angeles International Airport in California at 8:34 a.m. local time. Prior to the flight taking off the Los Angeles International Airport police noted the suspect was involved in a separate security incident but was released after being temporarily detained.

He was detained by police originally in California because he entered through a door at the airport that went to the concourse and onto the airfield ramp. It was a contractor who contacted police and was able to diffuse the situation. Uskanil was simply cited for misdemeanor trespassing after they determined he was intoxicated.

Several hours into the flight the suspect tried throwing himself against a beverage cart while forcing his way into the cockpit. Meanwhile, he had either a blanket or towel on his head. Passengers could not correctly identify. Passengers and crew members were able to subdue him into a chair. His motives for his actions are still unknown and unverified.

Passengers described the suspect as having tried to sit in the front row of first class while boarding the flight before being told to move by crew members. Shortly before he tried getting into the cockpit passengers said he had been strangely pacing back and forth. In a way that seemed odd and distracting.

Lee Lorenzen of Orange County, California said,

It took seconds. He was pushing against the cart and a bunch of guys grabbed him. They found some duct tape. There were pillows and blankets. And they taped him to his chair.”

The only thing that American Airlines has said thus far is the following in a press release statement that they gave to the media,

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

The one major part of this story being ignored is the fact that he is of Turkish decent and his religion is unknown. This could have been an attempted radical Islamic attack but nobody is acknowledging that fact. It would not be the first time a radical Islamic terrorist tried perpetrating an atrocity via an airplane here in the United States. Luckily it was stopped by those on the flight. As Pamela Gellar said,

Nothing is being said about his motive, of course, and the news reports are saying he was drunk or “mental.” That a drunk “mental” Muslim would try to break open the cockpit door doesn’t seem to strike anyone as significant. And so the jihad against the U.S. goes on, with only one side fully aware that it is even being fought.”

Because of his actions FBI special agent Paul Delacourt told reporters that the suspect will likely be facing federal felony charges of interfering with a flight crew. No explosives were found on the flight anywhere after a thorough investigation and there are no current threats known to any additional American Airlines flights. It appears to be an isolated incident.

This is a potent reminder to always remain vigilant about one’s safety when traveling domestically or internationally. Occurrences like this happen when you least expect them to. Not everything can be stopped by the TSA. You can never be too safe.

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