Friday, June 13, 2008

Former USF student pleads guilty to terrorism charge

Remember the case of the two South Florida students detained near a military base in South Carolina after pipe bombs were found in their car?

One of the two entered a plea deal today, though it's unlikely you heard it through our beloved mainstream media.

Last September the U.S. Attorney's Office released details regarding the contents of their car: pipes filled with fertilizer, Karo syrup, kitty litter, bullets and fuses, a laptop with a history of web searches on Jihadist martyrdom, Hamas and Qassam rockets and video instructions for turning a remote-control car into a detonator.

Today Youseff Mohamed entered a plea agreement admitting guilt.

In the court document, he admits to providing material to support terrorists. He also acknowledges that a YouTube video he produced was to be used in "preparation for or in carrying out the killing of employees of the United States," including uniformed personnel.

I wonder if the U.S. Attorney will receive an apology from CAIR.

I won't hold my breath.

More info: The Plea Agreement and Gateway Pundit. Linked by: LGF. Thanks!

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