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Man Charged With Fake L.A. Mall Threat

The purported terrorist threat against a West Los Angeles shopping mall last week turned out to be a fake, authorities said. Zameer Mohamed, 23, was charged Tuesday in federal court with a single felony count of using a telephone to maliciously make a false threat. He could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted. Mohamed, a citizen of Tanzania who lives in Canada, was arrested last Thursday as he crossed from Canada into Montana. He had falsely identified an ex-girlfriend as part of the phony plot, apparently as revenge because she supposedly bilked him out of money, the FBI said. Full Story

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