Mr. Dunham asked Mr. Alani about $ 200,000 bail raised by relative and American Airlines co-workers, but Judge McAliley said Mr. Alani was on a danger to the community, according to The AP
On Mr Alani tampered with the air data module system on Flight 2834 from Miami to Nassau in the Bahamas, investigators said in court documents.
As the Boeing 737-800 was approaching the departure runway and powering up
Mr. Alani had used a piece of foam to obstruct the module system, investigators said. They said it was unusual for Mr. Alani, who normally worked in a hangar for disabled aircraft, to be in the area of the plane.
Two days after the July flight, American Airlines' corporate security reported the suspected sabotage to the FBI, according to court records.
19659002] The TWU-IAM Association, which represents 30,000 of the airline's employees in union negotiations, said in a statement on Sept. 6, the day after Mr. Alani's arrest, that "any conduct that jeopardizes that is not tolerated or condoned by the leadership or members of our organizations. "