Perpetrators who tried to blow up the Northwest Airlines (NWA) that landed in Detroit, USA, Friday 25 December 2009 it was a man from Nigeria who associated with al-Qaeda network. The suspect suffered burns severe enough, the fire burned one of his legs and should be extinguished with water added quencher. Thus according to one passenger who became witnesses.
Passengers also claimed was afraid would land safely, and the burning smell was detected when they landed. The suspect is now detained authorities. Two passengers also suffered minor injuries, but survived. "We believe this is an experiment terrorism efforts," said one White House official. President Barack Obama was on vacation in Hawaii and have been monitoring this situation.
Peter King, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives of the state security committee, said that the explosives used "quite sophisticated", and the suspect named Abdul Mudallad are Nigerians aged 23 years. "When the bomb went off, the suspect was also wounded. He suffered severe burns, the bomb was somewhat different from what we usually find," said Peter.