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Passenger taken into custody at San Jose airport, later released

A Frontier Airlines passenger on a flight from Denver who had a notebook that contained the words “suicide bomber” was taken into custody Wednesday and questioned for several hours before being released to his family, police said. The suspect, identified only as a 36-year-old male residing in Santa Cruz County, got the attention of a fellow passenger after writing in a journal that had the words “suicide bomber” handwritten on the front, authorities from the San Jose Police Department and the FBI said. He was also clutching a backpack in what the fellow passenger regarded as a suspicious manner. Full Story

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