From the New York Times: Air Marshal Shoots Passenger at Miami Airport:
According to a witness, The A.P. said, the man appeared to have been accompanied by a woman who ran after him as he bolted from the plane, shouting that the man was mentally ill.
The passenger, Mary Gardner, said in an interview on WTVJ in Miami that the man had run down the aisle from the back of the plane. "He was frantic, his arms flailing in the air," she said.
Ms. Gardner said he had been trailed by a woman shouting: "My husband! My husband!"
Ms. Gardner, according to an A.P. account of the television interview, said she had heard the woman say her husband was bipolar and had not taken his medication.
UPDATE: It gets worse. From the Orlando Sentinel, Witnesses heard no talk of bomb
Rigoberto Alpizar may have just been scared.
As more details emerged about Wednesday's anxious moments aboard American Airlines Flight 924, it became increasingly apparent that the Maitland man killed by federal air marshals may have been fleeing in panic as he suffered the symptoms of bipolar disorder.
To grieving relatives, two air marshals acted rashly and an innocent man died -- one whom at least seven passengers said they never heard say anything about a bomb.
(Via Working Families Party Man.)