2 Minn. Men Each Get 3 Years In Somali Terror Case Four more men convicted in the government's investigation into terror recruiting for al-Shabab in Somalia are scheduled to be sentenced in federal court. The defendants who face sentencing Tuesday include two men who left Minnesota to join the terrorist group.
Sentencings Approach In Somali Terror Case Nine people convicted in a government investigation of terror recruitment and financing for an al-Qaida-linked group in Somalia are to be sentenced this week in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis.
Judge: Man In Terror Case A 'Danger'; Ordered Held A Minnesota man who pleaded guilty last year to helping young Somalis leave Minnesota and return to their homeland to fight with the terror group al-Shabab must stay in custody until his sentencing.
Defendant In Minn. Terror Case In Custody A Minnesota man who pleaded guilty last year to helping young Somalis return to their homeland to fight with al-Shabab has been arrested on an alleged probation violation.
Minn. Somali Man Pleads Guilty To Terror ChargeA Minnesota man has pleaded guilty to a terror-related charge for helping recruit men to travel to Somalia to take up arms with the terror group al-Shabab.
Mid-July Trial Expected In Somali Terror CaseThe trial for a man accused of helping other young Somalis travel from Minnesota to their war-torn homeland to allegedly fight with a terror group is on track to begin July 19.
Judge Refuses To Dismiss Charges In Somali CaseDefense attorneys for a man accused of helping other young Somalis in Minnesota travel to their war-torn homeland to fight with a terrorist group have a week to verify an FBI report about a suicide bomber that's being used to support charges against their client, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Not Guilty Plea For Minn. Man In Somali CaseA Minnesota man accused of helping young Somalis travel from the U.S. to fight in their homeland has pleaded not guilty.