Exclusive: Japanese Muslim Delta Employee Suspected of being a Terrorist; She says Nonsense

By Rashad Richey

Real Talk With Dr. Rashad Richey
January 14, 2019 - 1:41 pm

Sakiko Farrakhan is a Delta employee who works as a security officer.

According to Sakiko, authorities questioned her because they found her internet searches to be suspicious during work hours.

Sakiko claims she was only searching for information about airplanes, specifically the B757, due to her desire to become a flight attendant, not for terroristic acts.

Both Sakiko and her husband are Muslim and follow the traditions of Islam.

Bother Sakiko believes she was targeted because of her faith and connections to the Nation of Islam.

On January 4th, after an hour long integration, Sakiko was escorted off the property, badge taken and suspended from employment pending the outcome of an investigation. 

She has sought assistance from the Japanese Consulate and even President Jimmy Carter (the couple traveled to his church over the weekend to speak with him).

Both sat down with Rashad Richey in an exclusive interview about the entire ordeal.