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Qaeda Member Pleads Guilty to 1990's Conspiracy Charge

One of the last remaining Al Qaeda operatives being held in Manhattan on criminal charges pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge that carries a maximum prison sentence of 10 years. The defendant, Mohamed Suleiman al Nalfi, was originally arrested in late 2000 in the broad terrorism conspiracy case that included the 1998 bombings of two American embassies in East Africa. Had he been convicted, he could have faced a life sentence. Instead, he pleaded guilty to a different conspiracy charge, and admitted in court that he had worked for Al Qaeda, the terrorist network run by Osama bin Laden, in his native Sudan in the early 1990’s. Full Story

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