'Book of Jihad' found in terror suspects' home

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March 16, 2006 04:18

 
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Publications promoting jihad and a Pakistani militant group were found in the home of a father and son who are charged with lying about the younger man attending an al-Qaida training camp, a prosecutor said. FBI agents found the items while searching the family home in the Central Valley town of Lodi two days after the men were arrested last June, Assistant US Attorney Robert Tice-Raskin said Wednesday during the men's trial in US District Court. Hamid Hayat, 23, and his father, 48-year-old Umer Hayat, are being tried in front of separate juries, which were together in the courtroom for the second time Wednesday during the fifth week of their trial. Both men have pleaded not guilty. Their attorneys contend that the younger man never actually attended a camp despite repeated promises, and government witnesses say they have little proof other than the men's statements, which were videotaped by the FBI.

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