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WBUR | “Mehanna Found Guilty In Terrorism Trial” by David Boeri

Mehanna Found Guilty In Terrorism Trial BY DAVID BOERI Dec 21, 2011, 8:11 AM2 COMMENTS BOSTON — Tarek Mehanna, at age 29, may be spending the rest of his life in prison, following his conviction on charges of conspiring to support al-Qaida and to kill American soldiers in Iraq. With dramatic and decisive speed, a […]

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NPR | “Mass. Man Convicted Of Conspiring To Help Al-Qaida” by the Associated Press

Mass. Man Convicted Of Conspiring To Help Al-Qaida by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS December 20, 2011, 05:36 pm ET BOSTON (AP) — A man who grew up in the Boston suburbs was convicted Tuesday of conspiring to help al-Qaida and plotting to kill U.S. soldiers in Iraq after a two-month trial in which jurors heard references […]

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WBUR | In Mehanna Trial, Defense Saves The Star Witness For Last by David Boeri

In Mehanna Trial, Defense Saves The Star Witness For Last BY DAVID BOERI Dec 15, 2011, 7:07 AM The judge in the trial of the Sudbury man accused of supporting terrorists said the jury will begin their deliberations Friday. Defense attorneys for Tarek Mehanna have rested. But they saved their star witness for last. Bow-tied, […]

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Daniel Maldonado, among others.

Trial Day 17 (11/17/2011) Daniel Maldonado took the stand today, the 4th individual called to the witness stand today by the prosecution.  Prosecution only completed half or slightly more (an educated guess here) of their direct examination, with the rest to follow tomorrow. We’re working doubletime here to finish compiling today’s Daily Trial Notes so […]

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Day 11: Carney Highlights Government’s Reliance on Vitriol Over Hard Evidence

This morning, before the jury entered the courtroom, Mr. Carney submitted to show two video clips to the mujahideen who defended the Afghani Muslims from the Soviets. Aloke Chakravarty objected on the grounds that they were irrelevant and that the witness who would be viewing and commenting on the clips, FBI Agent Andre Khoury, had […]

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