US charges San Diego man in terrorism case involving Syria fighting

By REUTERS
April 23, 2015 22:59

 
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WASHINGTON - A 24-year-old San Diego man was charged on Thursday with lying about his involvement with Islamic militants fighting in Syria, the Justice Department said.

Mohamad Saeed Kodaimati faced two counts of making false statements involving international terrorism matters in U.S. District Court of the Southern District of California.

Saeed, who was born in Syria and is a naturalized US citizen, is accused of making false statements during interviews with the FBI and other US authorities at the US Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, in March, the Justice Department said.

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