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FBI: Iraqi bragged about insurgent operations in Baghdad – Washington Post

According to a January 25 search warrant, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, the Iraqi man who resided in Kentucky as a refugee, boasted about supporting Al-Qaida, reported the Washington Post on February 27, 2012.  Hammadi, whose trial is scheduled for July 30 of this year, faces 12 charges ranging from perjury to providing material support. His accomplice, Waad Ramadan Alwan, pleaded guilty to 23 charges and is expected to be sentenced on April 3.

According to the article, Hammadi "boasted about having been an insurgent in Baghdad as he plotted with a confidential informant to ship weapons and money to Al-Qaida in his home country."  

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