A Bangladesh native accused of trying to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank in New York with what he thought was a 1,000-pound car bomb pleaded guilty Thursday to terrorism charges stemming from an FBI sting.
USAToday reports the 21-year-old faces a possible life term at sentencing on May 30.
He was charged in October with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to provide material support to al-Qaeda. Investigators said in court papers that he came to the U.S. bent on jihad and worked out the specifics of a plot when he arrived.
June 27, 2013
June 26, 2013
June 25, 2013
June 21, 2013
News For You
— March 6, 2014
By Attorney Tom Flores Special to THELAW.TV Starting a business can be a very rewarding, but tricky experience. This article provides basic tips on getting started. 1. Know the local zoning of the area you want to start your business. Certain types of business are not allowed in certain parts of town. While it’s possible…
In The News
— March 6, 2014
A Philadelphia sports bar agreed to pay millions in back wages and damages for underpaying its workers. From Philly.com: Chickie’s & Pete’s, the Philadelphia sports bar and restaurant chain, has agreed to pay $8.52 million in back wages and damages to employees for illegally docking a portion of their tips and failing to properly pay…
— February 28, 2014
By Attorney Steve Epstein Special to THELAW.TV The DUI trial of Kerry Kennedy presents a unique set of circumstances for the jury to consider. The crime Ms. Kennedy is charged with requires the prosecutor to prove only two things: (1) that Ms. Kennedy operated a car and (2) that while she had done so her…