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Qaeda suspect, extradited a week ago from Britain, has pleaded not guilty to plotting to send a suicide bomber into the New York City subway system. Abid Naseer, 26, is also accused of participating in other plans for attacks in Norway and Britain.
New York bomb plotter Adis Medunjanin sentenced to life Adis Medunjanin's lawyer admitted his client had wanted to fight for the Taliban A Bosnian-born US citizen has been sentenced to life in prison over a plot to bomb the New York subway. Adis
A New York City man, after reciting verses from the Quran rather than expressing remorse, was sentenced Friday to life in prison in a foiled 2009 plot that authorities labeled one of the closest calls since the 9/11 attacks. Adis Medunjanin, a 28-
Originally published Tuesday, May 1, 2012 at 12:05 PM NYC man convicted in thwarted subway bomb plot A New York man was convicted Tuesday of plotting an aborted suicide mission against New York City subways in 2009 - a case that featured the first-
A jury in Brooklyn will begin deliberating Monday in the case of a Bosnian-born U.S. citizen accused in an abortive subway suicide bombing plot in 2009. Federal prosecutors told the jury that Adis Medunjanin was fully committed to a plot with two
A terrorism defendant went with two other men to Pakistan in August 2008 with plans to join the Taliban and either force the U.S. out of Afghanistan or die on the battlefield trying, a federal prosecutor said Thursday in closing arguments.
The mother and sister of a Queens man accused of plotting a terror attack in the city gave emotional testimony for the defense in Brooklyn federal court on Wednesday. Alisa Medunjanin choked back tears as she talked about her brother, Adis, and the
The sister of a man accused in a suspected plot in 2009 to attack New York's subways with suicide bombs tearfully testified Wednesday of an FBI raid on their home in the dead of night during Ramadan. Her mother also said on the
23 April 2012 Osama bin Laden believed coordinated shoe-bomb attacks on flights heading to the U.S. would 'ruin the aviation industry' and the American economy, according to testimony by a convicted Al Qaeda terrorist. Saajid Muhammad Badat, 33, who
In a videotaped deposition made public for the first time Thursday, a British man convicted in an aborted shoe-bombing mission admitted meeting with Osama bin Laden after deciding to fight jihad against the West. U.S. prosecutors