Clinton-appointed judge Brinkema issued the order to free Chapman some 14 years after she found him guilty in a 2004 bench trial, and previously cutting his sentence short in 2005.
Prosecutors say Alhaggagi boasted about his plans saying he was confident he could kill 500 people but his real goal was to kill 10,000.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested Naim Muhammad Abdullah, 31, at the Portland International Airport.
The terrorists listed were in New York (2), Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, California, Colorado, Texas and Alabama. But there were others not listed.
Duncan admitted to his involvement with ISIS and production of child pornography.
Muhammad Jahangir, 23, and Waqas Nauman, 36, from Queensbury were among those arrested.
His mother stated, ‘He linked up with a Masjid in our neighborhood and attended regularly.’
Khaleel Ahmed was intentionally deceptive and hid his criminal behavior during his naturalization proceedings.
“We knew who was responsible, but we didn’t know who all had helped him,” said mother of honor killing victim.
Pitts, aka Abdur Raheem Rahfeeq was arrested yesterday after a months-long investigation prompted by statements made on social media.
An arrest warrant remains active for Majed Sayed, should he return to the United States from Saudi Arabia.
Mohamed initially wanted to attack the officer with acid but then agreed to pay a hit man $2,000 to kill the officer.
Mahmood, Ramish, and Rubail Nasir were arrested and charged with counterfeiting and/or conspiracy.
The Muslim immigrant from Bangladesh was sentenced to 10 years of supervised release.
Khan is the sixth Muslim in Texas to plead guilty to attempting to provide support for ISIS. Three others are awaiting trial.
Federal prosecutor called the case “one of the largest, if not the largest, fraud cases involving [Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program] benefits in [Maine].”
"...he wanted to stage terrorist attacks in the U.S., including the derailment of a train"
Jamshid Muhtorov came to the Denver area in 2007 through a refugee resettlement program.
She used Facebook and Twitter to give advice to those affiliated with ISIS, saying an attack "should be something that would devastate and kill more than one person."
Someone told the FBI that Nagi was talking about a "violent jihad" to people in the community.