Developing: Jordanian ‘Student’ Intentionally Slams Plane Into Downtown Conn. City

The survivor of a Tuesday plane crash in Connecticut, piloted by a Jordanian national, told FBI investigators it was “not an accident,” according to The New York Times.

The pilot, Feras M. Freitekh, came to the U.S. on a temporary student visa in 2012 for flight school. The legality of his immigration status is unclear. Federal Aviation Administration records indicate Freitekh was issued a private pilots license in May 2015, and verified his certification to fly a single-engine aircraft.

Freitekh’s potential motiviations are unclear at this time. Local media report he was killed in the crash.

More… Jordanian student pilot crashes his plane into Connecticut high street ‘ON PURPOSE’: FBI investigates after passenger dies and three are hurt in fireball

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h/t Marvin

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  • Martin B

    Only a suicidal nation would issue any sort of pilots license to a Mohammedan after 9/11. If we don’t change course on this side of the Atlantic, we will go the way of Sweden.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      The nation isn’t suicidal. Immigration bureaucrats get paid whether they do their jobs properly or not, so they don’t give a shit.

      • Alain

        I agree with Martin in the sense that those in charge as the ones in charge in Canada are guilty of committing national suicide but not all the citizens. That is exactly why Trump is so popular with the average American and so detested and feared by the establishment.

        • WalterBannon

          no need to make up crimes like “national suicide”

          they are felons guilty of malfeasance and treason

          • Alain

            Indeed.

      • WalterBannon

        Immigration bureaucrats get paid to commit treason.

        they should all be hanged

  • ntt1

    limit muslim pilots to flying horses only ,just like mohamed . problem solved.

    • moraywatson

      I believe Doritos has a flying pig they no longer need.

    • JoKeR

      Why don’t they question it when a student says, “I only need to learn how to fly, Mohammad (PBUH) will take care of the landing”?

    • Linda1000

      Camels, not horses or the Ali Baba flying prayer carpets?

      • ntt1

        camels are not flight worthy due to their poor glide ratio not sure about carpets but they are probably a shiite invention and deeply suspect.

        • Linda1000

          lol – Camels can glide long distances over sand though without water. Hey, they actually have sand parasailing in the desert now same as the water version or looks like the same type of board and sail. I only tried the water parasailing once but could never stand on the board for more than a few seconds.

  • moraywatson

    And whatever happened to the investigation of our very own Peterborough kamuzziekazi ?

    • Alain

      Nada!

    • WalterBannon

      under the carpet

  • SDMatt

    Jordan: the Palestinian state – let’s create another one!

    • I’m unclear on this. My Jordanian friend – yes, I have a Jordanian friend, I’m allowed – informs me that Palestinians are generally disliked there.

      • tom_billesley

        It’s the age-old friction between the Bedouin, who live as nomadic shepherds and the Fellahin who are farmers.

        • Linda1000

          Seems to me that the Jordanian were more Bedouin or not? Just wondering. I’ve never associated farming much with any of the Arab tribes in the ME.

          • tom_billesley

            Arab farmers in what is now the state of Israel were mostly in the hills of Judea and Samaria. The flat lands near the coast were subject to raids by the Bedouin.

      • Linda1000

        That’s why Jordan still keeps the Palestinians in camps and does not give them citizenship, plus the big money Jordan gets from U.S. aid and the UN payouts going on 60+ years now to keep them. Also, the Palestinians do slave labour in the Jordan River farming belt, much of it without electricity and potable water.

      • CoolTolerance

        Palestinians are disliked in all Muslim lands. More than once, I heard they only bring trouble wherever they are. To be avoided at all costs.

  • Clink9

    He was feeling excluded.

    I know exactly how it is as sometimes you’re one of the last to be picked for the road hockey team.

  • mauser 98
  • caliroxanne

    Oh boy! So many things unbelievably wrong here! Muslim comes here to get a pilot license??? Seriously??? Didn’t we learn anything from 9/11? Too bad the stupid instructor survived. I mean if you’re stupid enough to get into a plane with a Muslim, then you deserve to what you get. Was this instructor just a stupid pc dhimmi, or was he afraid of being called an Islamophobe and losing everything in a CAIR-sponsored lawsuit?

  • tom_billesley
    • glasnost

      If the guy already had a pilot license and he wanted to crash the aircraft, why did need an instructor on board?

      • CoolTolerance

        Maybe it was another type of aircraft. Small aircraft such as Piper and Cessna are different. Pipers are tricky when it is windy.

      • Minicapt

        He had a single-engine licence, and he was taking lessons for a dual-engine rating, thus the Piper Seneca.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piper_PA-34_Seneca

        Cheers

      • tom_billesley

        Perhaps he just wanted the aircraft.

  • robins111

    He was probably looking for that ‘Alley’s Snackbar’ they’re always yapping about. Took his hand off the stick for a second.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Not very cost effective

  • nativejoe

    Again?! Don’t they have flight schools in jordan?

  • CoolTolerance

    Don’t they have flight schools in Jordan?

  • CoolTolerance

    Don’t they have flight schools in Jordan?