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Feds Indict Florida Programmer on Terror-Related Charges

A federal grand jury in Miami on Thursday indicted computer programmer Adham Amin Hassoun on charges that he lied and obstructed justice to hide his work raising funds and recruiting fighters in support of a “global jihad.” The 14-page superseding indictment charges Hassoun, a Palestinian, with seven counts of perjury, false statements and obstruction of justice. It is the first major terrorism-related indictment in South Florida publicly alleging an international connection. Hassoun originally was indicted in January, on a single count of illegally possessing a firearm — a 9mm Smith & Wesson pistol that agents recovered while searching his home following his detention on an immigration charge in June 2002. Federal law forbids nonimmigrant aliens from possessing a handgun. Full Story

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