A man from Massachusetts has been added to the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists List.
Tarek Mehanna of Sudbury received a fair trial when he was convicted of four terror-related charges and three charges of lying to authorities, a three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found.
A federal appeals court heard arguments in the case of a Massachusetts man convicted of conspiring to help al-Qaida.
The FBI is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a Mansfield man facing terrorism charges.
A Sudbury man convicted last year of conspiring to help al-Qaida was sentenced Thursday to 17 1/2 years in prison.
Federal prosecutors are recommending a 25-year prison sentence for a Massachusetts man convicted of conspiring to help al-Qaida.
Tarek Mehanna, of Sudbury, a Boston suburb, was convicted in December of conspiring to help al-Qaida.
A federal jury in Boston found a Sudbury man guilty Tuesday of conspiring to help al-Qaeda and plotting to kill U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
A prosecutor has told a jury that a Massachusetts man on trial for terror-related charges “was motivated by and inspired by” the leaders of al-Qaida.
A former friend of a Massachusetts man accused of conspiring to help al-Qaida has testified the man said “we’re finally doing it” as they traveled overseas looking for a terrorist training camp.