Skip to comments.Three U.S. Muslims convicted in terrorism case ( NC )
Posted on 10/15/2011 9:35:51 AM PDT by george76
The North Carolina men are found guilty in what prosecutors have called a case of 'homegrown terrorism.' They are convicted of plotting an attack on a Marine base in Quantico, Va., among other things.
A federal jury has convicted three Muslim men from North Carolina of plotting to attack unspecified targets overseas, as well as the Marine Corps base in Quantico, Va., in what prosecutors called a case of "homegrown terrorism."
After two days of deliberations, Omar Aly Hassan, 22, Ziyad Yaghi, 21, and Hysen Sherifi, 24, were convicted Thursday of providing material support for terrorists. Yaghi and Sherifi were also convicted of conspiring to kill, kidnap or maim unspecified people overseas; Hassan was acquitted on the conspiracy charge.
Prosecutors in the three-week trial said the men traveled overseas, raised money and trained with weapons to support a jihadist plot to kill
Eight men were indicted in the case in 2009. The accused ringleader, U.S.-born Daniel Boyd, a Muslim convert, testified for the government in a plea deal. So did his sons, Daniel Boyd, 24, and Zakariya Boyd, 21. They are to be sentenced later.
A trial for the seventh defendant, Anes Subasic, has not been scheduled. The eighth defendant, Jude Kenan Mohammad, is a fugitive
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Sounds like some KKK/Neo-Nazis Converted to Islamic Jihadis.
Am glad that some of the Muslims are being persecuted for the crimes they have committed! It may give the others pause about committing crimes here in USA.
How I wish that the heavy justice would fall on those criminals (including Obama and his minions).
It isn’t homegrown terrorism. It is imported terrorism due to our stupid immigration policies, such as poor border control and diversity lotteries. It just takes a while for the imported germs to fester and mature.
Nothing to see here; move along.
But the airport TSA continues to frisk old women and children.
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