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Posts Tagged ‘medunjanin’

Medunjanin “ready” to kill in New York plot: prosecutor – Chicago Tribune

On April 26, 2012 the Chicago Tribune reported that the trial of suspected terrorist Adis Medunjanin came to a close on Thursday.  According to the article, Assistant U.S. Attorney James Loonam argued in his closing argument that Medunjanin was "ready and willing to sacrifice himself to kill."  Medunjanin is facing a life sentence on nine […]

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Homegrown terrorist Bryant Neal Vinas shows his face in Brooklyn – CBS

On April 23, 2012 reported that Bryant Neal Vinas, a convicted American al Qaeda operative, testified during the trial of suspected terrorist, Adis Medunjanin.  Vinas, who pleaded guilty to three terrorism charges, is cooperating with the federal government in hopes of a reduced sentence. While Vinas never met Medunjanin, CBS reports that Vinas testified […]

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Witness Describes Bomb-Making Process for Thwarted Subway Plot – NY Times

On the second day of his testimony, the New York Times reported that Najibullah Zazi, a government witness in its case against suspected terrorist Adis Medunjanin, continued to testify how he, Medunjanin and Zarein Ahmedzay planned to blow up the New York City subway.  Zazi and Ahmedzay have pleaded guilty to their respective charges and […]

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Organizer of Subway Plot Testifies About Plan’s Evolution – NY Times

On the second day of suspected terrorist Adis Medunjanin's trial, the New York Times reported that the government's second witness, Najibullah Zazi testified.  Zazi and the government's first witness, Zarein Ahmedzay, pleaded guilty to their roles in a plot to bomb New York City.  They are testifying for the government as part of a plea […]

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Accused NYC Subway Terrorist to Face Anonymous Jury – ABC

On February 23, 2012, reported that an "anonymous jury" will be used in the trial of Adis Medunjanin.  Federal prosecutors have accused Medunjanim of attempting to blow up the New York City subway system in September 2009. According to the article, in using an anonymous jury, all jurors will only be referenced by their […]

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