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Jury: Partial Verdict in Idaho Terror Case

The jury in the trial of a Saudi graduate student accused of using the Internet to foster terrorism told the judge Wednesday that it had reached verdicts on some counts but was deadlocked on others. The judge told jurors to keep working after they announced the impasse on the sixth day of deliberations in the case against Sami Omar Al-Hussayen, a 34-year-old Ph.D. candidate in computer science at the University of Idaho. U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge said the jury did not identify which of the 14 counts were unresolved. “They’ve been discussed at great length,” Lodge quoted from the message he received from the jury. “We’re at an impasse. We request your guidance.” Full Story

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