The court did not confess! Indian man fears coronavirus Secr

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Aditya Singh is so afraid of the new coronavirus outbreak that he doesn't dare to fly back to his country. He spent three months at the airport before being caught on January 16.

The Chicago Tribune reported Thursday Oct. 28 a judge at the Cook County Court ruled that Singh was not guilty of invading the restricted area of ​​Sanamin. It involved an electronic surveillance breach during bail earlier this year. The case is scheduled for trial on Friday (October 29).

News reports stated that Singh lives in a restricted area at the airport terminal. with access to food shops and public toilets Until he was arrested after two United Airlines employees asked him to show his ID.

Prosecutors revealed he showed his identity at the airport. One of the operations managers reported missing in late October 2020, letting both employees know he was a smuggler.

Singh came to the United States six years ago to complete his master's degree program. And on October 19, he boarded a plane from Los Angeles. heading to chicago hopes to connect India to his homeland but changes his mind

prosecutor said Singh told officials he was afraid to fly back to India. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it was decided to stay at the airport. And revealed that he relied on the help of strangers while living at the airport.

when he was caught Singh also made headlines. Many compared him to Tom Hanks in 'The Terminal' and the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has opened an investigation into the incident.

Courtney Smallwood, It's defense attorney, said officers found no evidence that Singh had left the public escort of the airport. Earlier this year, a TSA investigation found Wa Singh did not violate airport regulations.

“The lion did not violate or enter the restricted area. He arrived in the same way that tens of thousands of other passengers do each day. After getting off the plane," Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Christine Carrino said in a statement sent to the Chicago Tribune mid-year.

“While we weren't asked to speculate on Singh's motives, But he decided to stay in the restricted area and made every effort to blend in as a passenger and airline employee until he was arrested.”
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