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Criminal – Terrorist Sympathizer Prosecution – False Statement (access required)

Although defendant, part of a network of people investigated for connections to radical Islam and violent jihad, was acquitted of certain offenses related to attendance at a jihadist training camp, the 4th Circuit says the government was not collaterally estopped from prosecuting defendant for making false statements for lying about attendance at the jihadist camp. Defendant ...

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