Jurors reached a verdict Thursday in the trial of former members of a Muslim charity accused of funneling millions of dollars in legal aid to Middle Eastern terrorists.
Jurors had heard two months of testimony, mostly from FBI and Israeli agents who described thousands of pages of documents and hours of videotapes seized from Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, from former associates of the group, and from Palestinian charities that got money from Holy Land.
Holy Land was once the nation's largest Muslim charity.
The verdict was to be read Thursday afternoon.
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