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Paramedic pleads guilty to attending Pakistani terror camp

A man accused in an elaborate federal sting operation of plotting to provide training and money to terrorists pleaded guilty to attending a training camp run by the Pakistani terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba in 2002. The man, Mahmud Faruq Brent, a paramedic from Washington, was one of four men accused in the plot and the first to make a deal with federal prosecutors. His lawyer, Hassen ibn Abdellah, said that Brent would not testify against his co-defendants and that he pleaded guilty only to have his potential sentence cut almost in half, to a maximum of 15 years. Full Story

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