Virginia Man Pleads Guilty to 2009 Terrorism Charge

The Washington Post
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Article Source: The Washington Post

  • Ahmed Ameer Minni, a Virginia man, pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in federal court in Alexandria, after leaving the U.S. over 14 years ago to fight with extremist groups in Afghanistan.
  • In 2009, Minni was one of five men from Northern Virginia who left the U.S. and were arrested in Sargodha, Pakistan, on terrorism-related charges after Pakistani authorities received information from the FBI.
  • Minni enlisted “the other four defendants to join him in traveling overseas” to fight American soldiers, according to prosecutors. All five men were convicted and imprisoned for 10 years in Pakistan.
  • U.S. prosecutors are not seeking prison time because he has already spent almost 13 years in custody in Pakistan. Read More

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