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Iraq, Afghanistan vet charged in airline bomb hoax

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posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 09:26 PM
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Iraq, Afghanistan vet charged in airline bomb hoax


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NEW YORK -- A US man who reportedly had served in Iraq and Afghanistan was charged Wednesday with making a false bomb threat on a Delta Airlines flight from Paris to the United States.

Derek Stansberry, 27, faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty of interfering with the flight bound to Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday and five years for pretending that he had a bomb, the Department of Justice said.

"Making false bomb threats on an aircraft and interfering with the flight crew are serious crimes that have serious consequences," said the US prosecutor for Maine, Paula Silsby.

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posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 09:26 PM
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This entire story is very fishy, at least. Who did he think was following him? What interregation techniques were they using? Which passengers did he suspect were doing this? Were they questioned? What was he doing overseas? What did he do in the Airforce? Was he even really in the Airforce? Is he even a citizen?

What happened here?

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posted on May, 1 2010 @ 04:41 PM
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it's not fishy...at all. he took some ambien and (according to some sources) a valium and had a bad reaction.

no interrogation techniques were used. no one on the plane talked to him or interacted with him in any way. it was all in his head.

he was coming back from africa where he was working for a company who is under contract with the air force.

yes, he really was in the air force. he was an enlisted intel analyst for four years. i know this for a fact because we were in the same intel class. he is a citizen and a good, normal person. he was just mentally exhausted from the several months he spent in africa and had a bad reaction to some drugs. it's really that simple.

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