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Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) — Michigan authorities are filing paperwork for the extradition of the man who prosecutors say is the suspect in the stabbing attacks in three states. Elias Abuelazam, 33, was arrested Wednesday night at the Atlanta airport as he was trying to board a flight to Israel. Abuelazam could be back in Michigan as early as Friday if he waives the extradition process. Otherwise, his return could take a couple of weeks, police said. Abuelazam is wanted on a charge of assault with intent to murder in connection with 20 stabbings in Michigan, Ohio and Virginia. A judge in Flint, Michigan, issued the arrest warrant. Abuelazam was trying to board a Delta Air Lines flight to Israel when he was taken into custody Wednesday night in Atlanta, police said Thursday. Two sources said the man is an Israeli citizen who is in the United States legally. A federal law enforcement official involved in the investigation said the man was traveling on an expired Israeli passport. Abuelazam had been arrested a week ago in Arlington, Virginia, Michigan authorities said Thursday.
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www.subvertednation.net The mainstream news, had portrayed Elias Abuelezam’s multi-state murder spree, as a white on black/racially movtivated murder spree, in efforts to generate a white/black race war, and propel an atmosphere of racial tensions: www.youtube.com ATLANTA — Elias Abuelezam, suspected in a series of stabbings/murders in Virginia and Michigan was arrested at the Atlanta airport as he tried to board a plane bound for Israel. A spokesman for US Customs and Border Protection says the agency’s officers arrested the man about 10 pm Wednesday night at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, as he attempted to board a Delta flight for Tel Aviv. The suspect was handed over to the FBI and Atlanta police. Spokesman Rafael Lemaitre says the man is wanted on arrest warrants in murder cases in Michigan and Leesburg, Va., following a stabbing spree that left several men wounded and five dead in three states. The man was arrested late Wednesday afternoon and was being held on unrelated charges, police said. Leesburg Police Officer Chris Jones said authorities believe Elias Abuelezam, could be the suspect and has ties to Leesburg and to Flint, Mich., where the attacks began May 24. Police had been focusing their hunt on Flint until Leesburg police reported three similar attacks last week. Authorities in Toledo, Ohio say a stabbing in that city Saturday appears to be linked to the violent spree. As of Wednesday afternoon, a task force led by the Michigan State
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