On Wednesday morning, a police officer was stabbed in the neck at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan.
Ftouhi, a native of Tunisia, is charged with committing violence at the Flint airport.
A federal judge today denied bond for the Canadian man accused of stabbing a Flint airport police officer in the neck last week.
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Ftouhi, of Montreal, would be held by U.S. immigration authorities even if he were released on bond in the criminal case, his attorney, Joan Morgan, told U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephanie Dawkins Davis.
Ftouhi, who was not on the radar of US or Canadian authorities before the attack, was in MI as early as June 18, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.
Dawkins Davis set the next court appearance for 1:30 p.m. on July 5, saying that it would be a pending trial unless a Grand Jury met before then and made a decision to indict Ftouhi.
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Ftouhi yelled "Allahu Akbar" - "Allah is the greatest" - before making the attack, according to an affidavit.
Investigators have not said what brought Ftouhi to Flint.
After stabbing Neville, the complaint said Ftouhi further exclaimed something similar to "You have killed people in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and we are all going to die". Neville was released from a hospital Monday. The 12-inch (30.5 cm), serrated knife Ftouhi used in the attack was bought in the United States.
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