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U.S. Says Colo. Men Trained in Terrorism

The FBI has evidence that three Denver-area men from Pakistan have been trained in terrorist techniques and pose “a danger to the community,” federal prosecutors said today as they sought to hold the men in jail on immigration charges. An FBI agent told a U.S. magistrate at a bail hearing Monday that one of the defendants, Pakistani citizen Haroon Rashid, had been trained at a terrorist camp in Pakistan and wanted to take part in a jihad, or holy war, against the United States, according to wire service reports. Rashid’s attorney, Anthony Joseph of Denver, denied that, saying his client has no connection with terrorism. But U.S. Magistrate Michael Watanabe ordered that Rashid be held without bail on an immigration charge. Full Story

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