Montreal man charged in US airport attack
A Montreal man remains in custody in Michigan, accused of stabbing an airport police officer at Bishop International Airport in Flint in an incident police call a terror attack.
U-S federal prosecutors allege 49-year-old Amor Ftouhi entered the airport yesterday morning, yelled ``God is great'' in Arabic, and stabbed Lieutenant Jeff Neville in the neck with a large knife.
Neville has undergone surgery and is in stable condition.
A Montreal landlord says the alleged attacker was a model tenant.
Luciano Piazza says the suspect has lived in his building for six years, and is married with children.
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