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Mo. A Kansas City businessman who pleaded guilty more than three years ago to providing financial support to al-Qaida is finally being sentenced in federal court. Khalid Ouazzani faces up to 65 years in prison for bank fraud, money laundering and
June 29 The Kansas City Star As a Kansas City man learned, joining the global jihad against godless imperialism is harder than you'd think. Khalid Ouazzani More News Especially when the al-Qaeda leaders you're dealing with are just as adept at
Mo. (AP) — Within two years of taking his oath of U.S. citizenship, a Moroccan-born Kansas City used auto parts dealer funneled more than $20,000 in fraudulent bank loans to al-Qaida using a bank account in the United Arab Emirates.
Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City used car and auto parts dealer has admitted to sending money to al-Qaida. Federal prosecutors say 32-year-old Khalid Ouazzani pleaded guilty to several charges Wednesday morning in federal court in Kansas
The Kansas City Star A Kansas City used car and auto parts dealer admitted in Kansas City federal court this morning that he provided material support to the al-Qaida terrorist organization. Khalid Ouazzani, a Moroccan-born naturalized U.S. citizen,