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Newburgh Four Reassert Entrapment Defense in Appeal

Lawyers for four men convicted in October of plotting to bomb a synagogue and Jewish community center in the Bronx were back in court Thursday, arguing that their clients’ convictions should be thrown out because the government’s informant entrapped the men. According to Reuters, the defense argument suggested that the defendants were “enticed by extravagant […]

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Mar 26th, 2011 defenses

Closing arguments held at NYC temple-plot trial

The Associated Press reports yesterday, October 4, 2010, in an article entitled "Closing arguments held at NYC temple-plot trial," that the four men accused of plotting to blow up synagogues and shoot down military planes believed that the scheme devised in a government sting would kill many innocent New Yorkers.  Assistant U.S. Attorney David Raskin […]

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Oct 5th, 2010 AIII Courts