Maryland

Parents Interviewed By the FBI After Complaining About an In-Flight Movie

Concerned about violence in "Alex Cross"

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BALTIMORE, April 10 (UPI) — A Baltimore couple traveling with their sons said they were booted from a plane and interviewed by the FBI for complaining about an in-flight movie.

The couple, responding anonymously to an article about air rage on The Atlantic Monthly's website, said they were on a United Airlines flight from Denver to Baltimore Feb. 2 when they became concerned about their sons, aged 4 and 8, being exposed to the violent content of the in-flight film "Alex Cross," which follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer, The Baltimore Sun reported Wednesday.