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Terror suspect Babar Ahmad is escorted into the high court in Britain by prison officers on March 18, 2009 in London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Man Facing Sentencing In State For Terror Support

A British citizen is facing sentencing for supporting terrorists through websites that sought to raise cash, recruits and solicit items such as gas masks for the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

07/16/2014

Terror suspect Babar Ahmad is escorted into the high court in Britain by prison officers on March 18, 2009 in London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

2 Terror Supporters Face Sentencing In Conn.

Two British citizens face sentencing for supporting terrorists through websites.

07/13/2014

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Shoe Bomb Plotter To Testify In Connecticut Terrorists Sentencing

A man convicted in a failed 2001 shoe-bomb plot to bring down an airplane will be allowed to testify at the sentencing of two British citizens who pleaded guilty in Connecticut to supporting terrorists through websites.

03/18/2014

Terror suspect Babar Ahmad is escorted into the high court in Britain by prison officers on March 18, 2009 in London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Prosecutors: Witness Would Show Extent Of Terror

Federal prosecutors say a judge should allow a witness to testify against a British citizen who pleaded guilty in Connecticut to supporting terrorists through websites.

03/11/2014

New Haven Federal Court. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Two With Terror Ties To Learn Fate Tuesday

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – Two men extradited from Britain last year are expected to change their pleas in Connecticut on charges they supported terrorists in Afghanistan and Chechnya by operating websites to raise cash, […]

12/07/2013

Terror suspect Babar Ahmad is escorted into the high court in Britain by prison officers on March 18, 2009 in London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Terror-related Suspects Plan To Change Pleas In New Haven

Two men extradited from Britain last year are expected to change their pleas on charges they supported terrorists in Afghanistan and Chechnya by operating websites to raise cash, recruit fighters and solicit items such as gas masks.

12/05/2013

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