US court sentences Jordanian terrorist to 7 yrs.

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March 25, 2006 01:34

 
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A Jordanian terrorist was sentenced Friday to another seven years in prison in connection with a bombing that killed a Japanese teenager aboard a Pan Am flight in 1982. US District Judge Royce Lamberth sentenced Rashed to remain locked up until March 2013 and to pay $116,525 to the Japanese teenager's parents. The sentencing of Mohammed Rashed was delayed for several years because he was locked up in prisons in Greece and Africa before being turned over to the FBI.

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