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American Airlines, engineer-shared ‘disturbing’ ISIS videos, told the officers that he was “evil hand,” prosecutors say

to connectVideoAmerican Airlines and a mechanic has been accused of sabotaging the packed airplane, you might have links to ISIS

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An American Airlines mechanic, was accused of sabotaging a plane in July and reportedly told an arrest, the agents had a “bad hand”, is a wicked person, the officers of justice to be asked to be exposed on Wednesday when she is presented with the alleged evidence of his Muslim sympathies –, and aspirations-at a bail hearing in Miami, florida.

Prosecutors said Abdul-Majeed Nader Ahmed Alani has allegedly shown support for ISIS, by making statements about it, that he would use “his power” to harm the non-Muslims, as well as the parts of ISIS’s videos on his cell phone — which he did for the FBI to search for it. One of the videos showed you a person who is shot in the head, according to prosecutors.

THE AMERICAN AIRLINES MECHANIC, WAS ACCUSED OF SABOTAGING THE AIRCRAFT, REFUSED TO TAKE BAIL ON A POSSIBLE TERRORIST TIES

Federal investigators said they also learned that Alani has lied about taking a trip to Iraq in March for a visit to his brother, and also sent $700 to a person in the nation. Alani, reportedly told the American Airlines agent in June, his brother had been kidnapped and was a member of the communist party.

Alani’s, 60’s, and worked as a mechanic for the airline, when he allegedly tampered with a Nassau-bound Boeing 737 with 150 passengers and crew members on board at the Miami International Airport over stalled labor negotiations.

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The prosecutor said the Alani glued to the foam in the nose of the aircraft which is disabled, and a portion is used to measure the air velocity, and other critical flight information. The pilots are detected, the matter will be before take-off, and a subsequent inspection discovered it to be a problem.

The airport surveillance captured Alani, who walks with a limp, to work in the area of the nose for approximately seven minutes. He was found by co-workers.

After he was arrested earlier this month, he told the officers that he was acting “out of my evil side,” and “wanted to do something in order to avoid delay” in the air “to receive overtime pay” for purposes of maintenance, repairs, and Assistant to the public Prosecutor of the s. S. Mary, Medetis, told the court on Wednesday.

AMERICAN ENGINEER ACCUSED OF SABOTAGE, WAS LAID OFF BY ALASKA AIRLINES ABOUT THE ERROR REPORT

While Alani is senior has not yet been charged with a terror-related crime, Medetis said that it’s possible links to the Islamic State, gives rise to the possibility that his actions have had a darker purpose than that is what he wanted to do was have a labor problem.

The court refused to Alani guarantee.

Alani has worked for American Airlines since 1988, and at the same time, to work for Alaska Airline, from 1998 until his firing in 2008, the report said. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

The defense has argued that prosecutors can’t prove the Alani, intentionally, people will be in danger. She said the Alani, was an experienced mechanic who knew of the supposed acts of sabotage would be in the ground shortly before take-off.

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However, the Alani, had been discharged from Alaska Airlines in 2008, several maintenance errors, some of which have resulted in the Federal Aviation Administration to investigate, according to court documents from his unsuccessful discrimination lawsuit, which Business Insider obtained.

Alani was fired as a result of the incident and the Federal Aviation Administration revoked his aircraft mechanic’s certificate.

He is expected to make a plea on Friday on a charge of deliberately damaging, destroying or disabling the aircraft.

(Fox News, Louis Casiano and Brie Stimson, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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