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High-profile terror arrests yield small sentences

It was a high-profile arrest after a big raid in Dec. 2001: A Chicago man accused of helping Osama bin Laden himself. “It is chilling that the origins of al-Qaida were discovered in a charity claiming to do good,” said former Attorney General John Ashcroft when the arrest was announced. “[He was] accused of running a charity to raise money for terrorists, including al-Qaida,” reported NBC’s Ann Curry. Full Story

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