Terror Suspect Worked at U.S. Airport

A terror suspect who once worked at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport told another suspect he could build rockets that could take down planes at up to 2,000 feet, an FBI agent testified during a hearing Tuesday. CBS Minnesota reported that Abdirizak Warsame, who is reportedly the tenth young Minnesotan to be charged in 2015 with trying to join ISIS, was secretly recorded by a government informant. The agent testified there was no evidence that Warsame actually had any rockets capable of shooting down planes, but a magistrate still ruled that he should remain in jail for now, claiming that he was a flight risk and a danger to the community.