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    Man involved in airport scare faces deportation

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    Man involved in airport scare faces deportation
    Officials found suspicious device lodged in Iraqi immigrant's body

    The Associated Press
    Updated: 4:48 p.m. ET March 13, 2007

    LOS ANGELES - An Iraqi immigrant faces deportation after triggering a security scare at Los Angeles International Airport when authorities found a suspicious device lodged in his body, officials said.

    Fadhel Al-Maliki, 35, of Atlantic City, N.J., prompted the alert March 6 during a screening for a flight to Philadelphia when he tried to go through security with two objects in his rectum. The FBI said he told screeners the objects, a polished stone and a piece of metal, were used to fight stress.

    That wasn't enough to constitute a federal offense, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said. However, immigration agents reviewed Al-Maliki's case and said they found two violent convictions on his record.

    The convictions for domestic violence and possession of an illegal weapon violate the terms of Al-Maliki's status as a permanent U.S. resident and make him subject to deportation, said Lori Haley, a spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Haley said she had no details on the convictions, and that it wasn't clear when deportation proceedings would begin.

    A US Airways plane bound for Philadelphia was diverted because Al-Maliki's checked luggage had been screened and put aboard without him.



    URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17598698/

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    Bum luck: Suspicious device found in traveler
    Passenger detained after items detected lodged in cavity; jetliner diverted
    The Associated Press
    Updated: 1:20 p.m. ET March 8, 2007

    LOS ANGELES - An Iraqi immigrant with a suspicious device lodged in a body cavity was detained Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said.

    A jetliner bound for Philadelphia, meanwhile, was diverted to Las Vegas because the man's luggage was aboard.

    Officials said the device and the luggage were cleared by bomb squads in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

    "There never was a threat," said Larry Fetters, a security director for the federal Transportation Security Administration.

    Fadhel Al-Maliki, 35, was held for a mental evaluation and for a possible immigration violation, federal officials said.

    Al-Maliki, of Atlantic City, N.J., is a permanent legal resident who came to the U.S. in 1994.

    He had flown to Los Angeles from Philadelphia on Monday and was booked for a return flight early Tuesday. He triggered an alert during a security screening, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said.

    "He initially said (the device) was therapeutic," she said.

    The device had a wire and what may have been a magnet concealed in his rectum, federal officials said. It did not contain any explosives.

    Al-Maliki said he had flown to Los Angeles for a visit, Eimiller said.

    No takeoffs or landings were affected at the LA airport. But a US Airways jet en route to Philadelphia was diverted because Al-Maliki's checked luggage already had been screened and put aboard.

    Flight 1422, carrying 143 passengers and six crew, landed at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas about 8:30 a.m. The plane was searched and later cleared to continue on to Philadelphia, an airport spokesman said.


    URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17519133/




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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Man View Post
    when he tried to go through security with two objects in his rectum. The FBI said he told screeners the objects, a polished stone and a piece of metal, were used to fight stress.
    He should ask whoever sold him the "stone and metal in rectum" stress remedy for his money back, since they only seem to be adding to his stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    He should ask whoever sold him the "stone and metal in rectum" stress remedy for his money back, since they only seem to be adding to his stress.

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    I've seen some pretty attractive asses before, but damn, never heard of one that was actually MAGNETICALLY attractive. Wonder why they became suspicious? Was there a refriderator magnet clinging to his cheek?
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