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6 Imams Kicked Off Plane Gave Crew Several Reasons to Be Suspicious

Six imams were kicked off a US Airways flight last week in Minneapolis for committing several acts of suspicious behavior, not just because they said their evening prayers before boarding the plane, a police report shows, contradicting earlier media reports. US Airways manager Robby Taylor Davis told police three of the six imams had one-way only tickets and only one passenger checked luggage. He also said in the police report that most of the six requested seat-belt extensions typically used by obese people despite being thin. Also, a passenger on the plane who speaks Arabic heard the group mention Saddam Hussein, criticize the United States’ involvement in Iraq and said he saw two of the men take seats in the front of the plane, two take seats in the middle, and two more in the back. Full Story

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