"F**k the court" Murphy student explodes at bond hearing for terrorist threat charge

MOBILE, AL (WKRG) - Update

On Tuesday morning, Jonah Neal was back in court for his arraignment. Neal pleaded not guilty to allegedly pointing a handgun at several students and staff before firing it into the air.

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The student accused of firing shots at Murphy High School on Thursday shouted an expletive at his bond hearing on Monday morning.

Jonah Neal, 16, shouted "f**k the court system" in front of the judge, attorneys and court officers as he was being escorted out of the courtroom.  The judge forced him to come back and apologize. 

Neal was given $50,000 bond on the charge of making a terrorist threat. 

Neal been in custody since his arrest on Thursday after allegedly pointed a handgun at several students and staff before firing the gun into the air. No one was hurt.

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