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A brief explanation from Tarek

“Since the end of my trial, I’ve been asked repeatedly about particular aspects of my case. Rather than respond to each individual inquirer, I figured it to be more practical to address those points publicly so that the general public may also be aware of some of the background information often buried under headlines: Yes, […]

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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 | Jurors Begin Deliberating Mehanna Terror Trial by David Boeri

Jurors Begin Deliberating Mehanna Terror Trial BY THE WBUR NEWSROOM AND DAVID BOERI Dec 16, 2011, 6:14 PM via Jurors Begin Deliberating Mehanna Terror Trial | WBUR.

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WBUR | Jury Begins Deliberations In Mehanna Terrorism Trial by David Boeri

Jury Begins Deliberations In Mehanna Terrorism Trial BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dec 16, 2011, 1:23 PM via Jury Begins Deliberations In Mehanna Terrorism Trial | WBUR.

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Yemen trip called a search for schooling – Metro – The Boston Globe

Yemen trip called a search for schooling Defense contends Al Qaeda had no camps there in ’04 By Milton J. Valencia |  GLOBE STAFF     DECEMBER 09, 2011 A witness for the defense team of accused terrorism supporter Tarek Mehanna testified in federal court yesterday that Al Qaeda had no significant presence and there were […]

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The Boston Globe – “Defense depicts less-radical Mehanna,” by Milton Valencia

Defense depicts less-radical Mehanna In posts, opposed targeting civilians By Milton J. Valencia |  GLOBE STAFF     DECEMBER 08, 2011 An attorney for Tarek Mehanna sought yesterday to portray the Sudbury man’s religious beliefs as far more moderate than those of the terrorists he is charged with supporting, as Mehanna presented the first witness for […]

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Parkhurst: Defending Tarek Mehanna – Millis, MA – Wicked Local Millis

Parkhurst: Defending Tarek Mehanna The MetroWest Daily News Posted Dec 01, 2011 @ 08:36 AM FRAMINGHAM — Thank you for the thoughtful column about Tarek Mehanna in this Sunday’s paper (“The crimes of Tarek Mehanna,” by Rick Holmes, Nov. 27). Although Mehanna is opposed to the U.S. presence in Iraq, so are many other people, […]

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Lawyer: Gov’t witness, not Mass. man accused of trying to aid al-Qaida, sought terrorist camp – The Washington Post

Lawyer: Gov’t witness, not Mass. man accused of trying to aid al-Qaida, sought terrorist camp By Associated Press, Published: November 30 BOSTON — A lawyer for a man accused of conspiring to help al-Qaida suggested Wednesday that it was a key prosecution witness, not his client, who wanted to find a terrorist camp in Yemen. via […]

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“Holmes: The crimes of Tarek Mehanna” Metrowest Daily News

By Rick Holmes/Opinion editor The MetroWest Daily News Posted Nov 27, 2011 @ 12:29 AM Ahmed Mehanna was worried, aggravated and fearful for his son. He worried about the websites young Tarek had been visiting, the books he’d been reading. Tarek had taken a trip to Yemen his father thought might look suspicious to the […]

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Day 20: Daniel Spaulding, Direct then Cross Examination

**Note: No court this Thursday or Friday** Continuation of Direct Examination and lack of memory of Daniel Spaulding Jeffrey Auerhahn (JA) asked what kind of texts Tarek and Ahmed Abousamra (AAS) translated, and Daniel Spaulding (DS) replied, miscellaneous texts, especially on Tarek’s part, but that AAS’s translations were of more jihadi texts. JA asked what […]

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