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Soldier Guilty of Trying to Aid al-Qaida

A soldier accused of trying to give al-Qaida information about U.S. troops, including methods for killing soldiers, was found guilty Thursday on all five counts of trying to help the terrorist network. The verdict in Spc. Ryan G. Anderson’s court-martial, which began Monday, was announced late Thursday afternoon. Anderson, a tank crewman whose 81st Armor Brigade unit is now in Iraq, was accused of trying to give terrorists information about U.S. soldiers’ strength and tactics. The terrorists he though he was meeting with were actually undercover federal agents, prosecutors said. Full Story

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