NJ high school: Terror suspect was dangerous
(AP) - An administrator at a New Jersey highschool says one of two terrorism suspects arrested over the weekendwas considered so dangerous as a student that he was removed fromthe local high school and taught at a public library with asecurity guard present.
North Bergen High School spokesman Paul Swibinski says MohamedMahmood Alessa was placed "on home instruction" three monthsafter transferring from an Islamic religious high school in 2004.
Swibinski says administrators feared for the safety of otherstudents and staff. He did not say what made them consider Alessato be dangerous.
Authorities say 20-year-old Alessa and 24-year-oldCarlos Eduardo Almonte tried to fly out of New York's KennedyAirport on Saturday in hopes of getting terrorism training inSomalia.