Montreal man accused of stabbing Michigan airport cop will remain in jail

Canadian official condemns attack at Bishop airport

Canadian official condemns attack at Bishop airport

According to the FBI, Ftouhi said something similar to "you have killed people in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and we are all going to die".

Ftouhi, a native of Tunisia, is charged with committing violence at the Flint airport.

That's the same thing witnesses say he yelled before stabbing Lt. Jeff Neville in the neck exactly one week ago at Bishop. Ftouhi remains in federal custody on a charge of violence at an worldwide airport and is due to return to court in Flint this week.

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport police officer in Flint, Michigan, will remain in jail while his case proceeds.

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Ftouhi's attorney told the judge her client understood, given the seriousness of the charge, that he's not a U-S citizen and he has no ties to MI, that it was unlikely he would get bond.

Before the court moved to recess, Morgan made clear to the judge that Ftouhi - who appeared in court Wednesday with an Arabic translator - could understand English well, but needed either a French or Arabic interpreter for "help with legal terms". The officer is recovering from a 12-inch gash to his neck.

Neville was discharged from Hurley Medical Center on Monday, June 26.

"He is a Canadian citizen and so that would raise the issue of flight risk, plus if they establish that it was him, if there was probable cause to believe he did the knife attack, that's a violent crime".

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