The man accused of plotting to kill U.S. military personnel during an attack on a Seattle military processing station pleaded guilty today to conspiring to murder government employees with small-arms fire and grenades during a hearing in U.S. District Court. Abdul Khalid Abdul-Latif, 35, will face between 17 and 19 years prison when he is sentenced on March 25,…More
You are viewing the most recent posts on this topic.
Algerian Ahmed Ressam, the would-be ”millennium bomber” who was arrested with bomb-making materials in Port Angeles in December 1999, was sentenced this morning in U.S. District Court in Seattle to 37 years in prison. The government had sought a sentence of 65 years to life, much longer than the previous two 22-year sentences Ressam had been given. However, U.S. District…More
The Associated Press A federal judge says investigators followed proper procedures when they obtained a secret warrant against a Seattle terror suspect. Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif is charged with plotting to attack a military recruiting station last year. His lawyers asked U.S. District Judge James Robart to throw out some of the evidence against him, saying the…More
An ex-con with possible ties to the alleged Islamist terrorists has pleaded guilty in state court to charges that he tried to run two Marine recruiters off Interstate 5. Michael Dale McCright, who was known on the Internet as “Mikhail Jihad,” pleaded guilty to charges of felony harrassment and attempted malicious mischief. A plea agreement reached…More
One of two men accused of conspiring to attack a military processing station in Seattle in June pleaded guilty to three federal charges this morning in U.S. District Court. Walli Mujahidh, 32, formerly of Los Angeles, is accused of plotting to kill U.S. military recruits in a machine-gun and grenade attack in hopes of…More