September 19, 2020
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
The confidential informant at the center of the case against four men accused of plotting to bomb New York City synagogues testified that the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent him to Pakistan in 2008 to attend a terrorist training camp.
The informant, Shahed Hussain, told a jury in New York today he went to his native country in December of that year to meet someone at the camp. He didn’t identify the organization running the camp or discuss the result of the investigation.
“Are you a terrorist?” defense lawyer Susanne Brody asked Hussain in cross-examination.
“No ma’am,” he responded.
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