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Stupid Case File for September 10, 2005

Post 9/11 Means Leave Flight Crews Alone, You Dumbass ...

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A man who hit a Frontier Airlines flight attendant and swore at her before being subdued by other passengers and duct-taped into submission was charged on Wednesday with interfering with a flight crew.

Jason Glen Tervort, 26, struck a female flight attendant, yelled profanities, spit at and bit other passengers while on a Tuesday evening flight from Houston to Denver, according to a complaint filed by the FBI.

Tervort, who Denver police said had been recently discharged from the U.S. military, could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

According to the FBI complaint filed in federal court in Denver, Tervort walked "aggressively" up the center aisle of the airplane and declared, "Ladies and gentlemen, I have an announcement to make. My name is Jason."

When directed by a flight attendant to return to his seat, Tervort began pushing and poking the woman in the chest and shoulder while saying "I'm a man!," the complaint said.

Several men on the flight, which had 39 passengers, stood up to restrain Tervort in an apparently violent encounter in which several other passengers were forced from their seats, according to the complaint.

When Denver police boarded the plane on the arrival of Flight 147, they found Tervort face down at the rear of the airplane with a pool of blood and saliva near his head. His arms and legs had been bound by duct tape.

Denver police Detective Virginia Lopez said none of the passengers who physically intervened to subdue Tervort would be charged with a crime since none struck him after he was restrained.


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