In addition to the threat of terrorism, there are mechanical glitches and unhinged passengers.
So, if Sarah Maria Beach takes a plea to some form of airline rage or is convicted of, in midair, assaulting a U.S. Marshal and throwing coffee on passengers, law enforcement will show no mercy.
Good luck, Sarah, trying to get off the hook with a mental-illness defense. That sure didn't help the "nanny killer." And it doesn't seem to be helping the alleged school murderer in Florida.
Allegedly, reports Daily Mail, Beach engaged in that bad behavior on a Delta flight from London to Salt Lake City. An American, she now resides in London.
In the global memory bank there are still raw feelings about the passenger nearly sucked out of a Southwest jet. Despite the heroic efforts of passengers, she died.
All that stands in contrast to a woman who made it her business to scare the daylights out of passengers on an international flight. Compassion about alleged mental illness? Forget it.
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