US man pleads to conspiring with terror group

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April 2, 2007 23:05

 
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A Washington cab driver pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to help a terrorist organization after admitting he attended training camps in Pakistan. Under a plea deal with federal prosecutors, Mahmoud Faruk Brent al-Mutazzim, who had been scheduled to go on trial on April 24, agreed to serve 15 years in prison rather than a sentence of more than 20 years that might have resulted if he were convicted at trial.

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