Friday September 6, 2019 news broke that 60-year-old Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani was arrested and an indictment is expected to be returned by a Grand Jury for tampering with the navigation system of an American Airlines aircraft.
On July 17, 2019 flight 2834 from Miami to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, was aborted when the crew realized that an error message appeared as they were ready for take off. The passengers were put on an alternative plane while the tampered aircraft was sent off for maintenance.
All reporting in regards to this incident are echoing the same thing. Alani was not trying to hurt anyone, just looking to get overtime. Exclusive to LauraLoomer.US, we discovered he is LYING and has a history of using the fact that he is Muslim against companies, all while NOT doing his job.
There are court filings where he was dismissed and his FAA certificate was SUSPENDED by Alaskan Airlines. Here is why they say he was fired.
- 2007: Alani was called in for OVERTIME to install an altimeter after his 8 hour shift. After he installed it he did NOT perform the checks to ensure it was installed properly. According to court documents Alaskan Air advised the FAA but according to our sources at Portland Airport, they discovered the issue and in turn advised the mechanics, who retroactively submitted a paper document. Allowing Alaska Air in SFO to “report” it. The incorrect altimeter was installed.
- 2007: The pitot, a sensor that determines the aircraft’s airspeed, was incorrectly installed. FAA launched an investigation.
- 2007: Alani sent an unserviceable (not to be installed in any aircraft) Heads-Up Guidance System (HGS) to Seattle
- 2008: Alani installed an unserviceable battery on a plane. The faulty battery was discovered in Seattle when the plane landed by technicians at Seattle International Airport. The FAA opened its own investigation.
- Alani was fired from Alaskan Airlines on July 30, 2008 – where he had worked for 10 years.
- FAA interviewed Alani in September 2008.
- Alani filed a civil suit saying Alaskan Airlines wrongfully terminated him because he was a Muslim.
- December 2008: Alani receives a 90 day warning from FAA that his FAA technician certification was to be suspended.
- March 2009: Alani’s FAA technician certification was suspended for 30 days.
Exclusive to LauraLoomer.US, CAIR California helped Alani obtain counsel and hired super civil rights lawyer D.C. England. She is a very prominent and well known Ninth Circuit Court frequenter.
His lawsuit against Alaska Airlines alleged that he was fired because he was Muslim and not due to his incompetence. Former or current employees (now retired) and exclusive to LauraLoomer.US tell us a different story.
Our sources tell us that Alani worked full-time at both American Airlines and Alaska Airlines between 1998-2008. He got his first job with American Airlines where he was finally certified and promoted after he became a naturalized citizen.
He was lazy and lacked respect for the job. He was supposed to be training a bunch of us and it seemed like he didn’t care if the plane fell or not. It was close to Christmas and to ease my concern I said something like, ‘We don’t want to be responsible for a NEW 9/11’. He didn’t connect up the electronics right that help pilots when they can’t see. His response was terrifying. ‘How do you know it’s not intentional? You are in my country blowing things up.’ He laughed and said something like, ‘I am kidding,’ but I still told my supervisor. He kept referring to Americans as ungrateful so it was just a bit much. I am not an Islamophobe or anything and I am totally against the Muslim ban.
Confidential Source – Democrat Voter Current/Former Alaskan Airline Employee
While investigating his lawsuits, we realized that his attorney got a settlement with Alaskan Airlines when their request to file information under seal was denied.
Since the arrest of the American Airlines jihadi mechanic in Miami on September 5, 2019, we reached out to several insiders who were eager to add their experiences with Alani.
We felt that he was deliberately trying to cause harm. We had numerous complaints over the years but with everyone being sued for discrimination and lots of bigotry going around, we didn’t know what to think. Employees would tell us that he’d often describe how 9/11 showed America how much they are hated. It is a difficult spot to be in. Imagine how HR felt.
Insider at Alaskan Airlines
In the late 80’s Alani got a job part-time at American Airlines, slowly working his way up. He was working long days and many hours in order to send money back home and eventually be able to bring his nephews and nieces to America. Many people we interviewed told us that when American Airlines cut back on his hours he decided to get a job at Alaskan Airlines/ Delta to cover the lack of overtime. According to personnel files we saw (these are confidential), Alani lied and understated the hours he worked at American Airlines.
It’s hard man. You couldn’t say anything. If you did you were racist. Even us folk of color couldn’t say anything. We just wanted to put in our time and get great retirement.
American Airlines Source
Some even suspected that he was sabotaging airplanes in SFO to get overtime when American Airlines didn’t give him the hours he wanted. When Alani got the job with Alaskan Airlines, the mechanics and other people working on the planes explained they immediately felt safer.
When he worked double shifts, like from American to us at Delta/Alaskan Air, he would take long breaks and say he was praying but he was really sleeping. He played his religion card very well in both hangers. He played stupid, but he was not. Honestly, I hear he still did stuff like that in Miami too. He was moved because of reasons, and they were suspicious of him too. That is why they badgered him about the truck that day.
American Airlines SFO
Here is what we discovered thus far – We are sure the FBI have already garnered this information, but if they haven’t, they should. According to sources in the FAA – that did not interview or themselves take part in the reinstating of Alani’s license – they tell us that his license was reinstated on the basis that he had a discrimination lawsuit pending and if within the next 12 months there was no incident, the probationary reinstatement would be lifted.
HOW WE KNOW HE LIED
Alani testifies that he didn’t want to cause harm and that he just wanted to ground the plane to get overtime. He even makes mention of heading up to the flight deck to make sure that it detected ADM issues. Did he though?
If his actions were simply an attempt to receive overtime, then a loose pitot tube connection would suffice and would be believable considering his track record of being irresponsible and having his license suspended. Instead, Alani SUPERGLUED BLACK STYROFOAM on the line which would have caught fire and may have caused the loss of life of 150 people.
With thirty years under his belt working for major commercial airlines, Alani knew that Styrofoam in that area would IGNITE a fire. Here is why:
Last summer a Malaysian Airlines flight heading to Kuala Lumpur from Brisbane, Australia issued a PAN alert. A PAN alert is a soft “mayday”. It means “I have a problem no one is at imminent risk and the vessel/ship/aircraft is still operable.” Apparently their airspeed monitors had failed and that (according to the diagram above) means that the pitot tube is faulty or not connected properly. On the American Airlines airplane contact of the pitot tube will now issue an alert – after what all airlines learned from the bad luck Malaysian Airlines has had over the past 4 years. The going joke in our circles is buying someone you don’t like tickets on Malaysian Air.
The thing is, even though the pitot tube was loose, that wasn’t the reason the alarms went off. It was because the Superglue didn’t adhere and the Styrofoam had moved out of position, obstructing the ADM. Superglue doesn’t adhere well to Styrofoam. Considering he took about 7 min to do that AND go to the crew deck, it definitely didn’t apply right.
Evidently from the image above, the pitot covers will cause a fire and tamper with readings, thus imagine black Styrofoam like material which simply flanking the internal pitot tube how it would ignite once they were fully heated at cruising altitude.
Pitot tubes provide critical information to the air data computers and flight instruments and are imperative for safe travel. Pitot tube and reading failures have resulted in many airline crashes in the past. Even though Styrofoam and Styrofoam-like materials belong to the plastics family, it’s actually highly flammable.
Alani’s fellow employees were also suspect of why he needed the vehicle indicated in the criminal complaint unsealed today with Alani’s arrest. This indicates that the FBI and Counter-Terrorism Task Force have omitted a lot of information from their criminal complaint filing.
American Airlines has been awarded a federal contract to provide all government transport. Senators, congressmen, military and anyone travelling on official government business flies American if tickets are booked through government travel agent/site/agencies. This means that American Airlines have special contracts in place with the federal government on reporting guidelines.
An exclusive source tells us that Alani may have been offered a job that required less labor at Miami International Airport.
He was excited and when he came back from an event sometime this Spring he was excited. It would be a supervisory position with a bit more money, less hours and hardly any labor. The man’s name was Hassan Shibly who’s very well known in our community. He was leaving, so I don’t know why he would do that.
MIA employee “friend of Alani”
It is alleged that he was a concurrent employee of American Airlines and TSI Holdings. TSI Holdings has an exclusive contract with the U.S. government that services flights from Guantanamo Bay. Was he working for them as well as American Airlines like concurrently worked for American Airlines and Alaskan Airlines in California?
Is TSI an American company or Japanese? It’s so confusing! It’s not like we would be handing over charter flights to GITMO to a foreign country or anything, right? We should ask Barack Hussein Obama those questions, since he awarded the defense contracts to them.
Bottomline: Alani Superglued the Styrofoam around the internal compartment of the pitot tube. The most likely result would be that the static vent was blocked, giving the internal “diaphragm” – that helps measure speed – a higher reading. Conversely, speed would be lower in the flight and during descent would indicate the speed was lower, when in fact, it is higher. This is probably what “saved” the 150 people on the plane.
Without being an experienced avionics mechanic you would understand that having a higher speed than what is indicated in flight or during descent is dangerous. Nevertheless, it is better than the Styrofoam igniting in the compartment, which could have caused an explosion.
The mainstream media seem to be excusing his behavior and dishing up the disgruntled employee story because they fear that they will be called Islamophobes. It’s apparently not allowed, even though radical Islamic terrorism exists and CAIR seems to be circling wagons wherever such “unfortunate” instances happen. If this could have been simply “disgruntled” harmless sabotage, an indictment wouldn’t have been returned, his fellow employees wouldn’t have been suspicious and SFO/Oakland Airport former co-workers would be singing a totally different tune, the one the mainstream media wants you to hear: Radical Islamic Terrorism.
During a bail hearing on Wednesday, Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani was denied bail because the court believes he has direct ties to ISIS and Alani has made statements in the past rooting for Allah to use his “divine power” against non-Muslims.
The Associated Press reported: “A federal judge cited new evidence of potential terrorism sympathies Wednesday in denying bail for a longtime mechanic charged with sabotaging an American Airlines jetliner that prosecutors say could have caused it to crash with 150 people aboard. U.S. Magistrate Judge Chris McAliley imposed pretrial detention for Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani at the hearing in Miami federal court.”
“You may be very sympathetic to terrorists,” Judge McAliley told Alani during Wednesday’s bail hearing. “That’s very disconcerting. What you did with this aircraft was highly reckless and unconscionable. Certainly there was a risk of a catastrophic disaster. I think it is likely you will be convicted.”
After Alani’s arrest he reportedly told law enforcement officials, “Out of my evil side, I wanted to do something.”
Alani is looking at up to 20 years in prison if convicted.