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Computer Terrorism Trial Nears End

Lawyers in the trial of a Saudi Arabian student accused of using his Web sites to foster terrorism spent at least part of the Memorial Day holiday hard at work. U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge provided the defense and prosecution teams the final draft of his lengthy instructions to the jury during the weekend. The jury was to hear closing arguments Tuesday from Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Lindquist and lead defense attorney David Nevin. Each was given 2 1/2 hours for their presentations. Prosecutors have argued that Sami Omar Al-Hussayen, 34, turned Web sites of the Islamic Assembly of North America into an Internet network providing information to foster terrorism, particularly in the Middle East and Chechnya. Full Story

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