Jurors will leave early following a fourth day of deliberations in the South Florida trial of a Muslim cleric accused of supporting the Pakistani Taliban.
Jurors in Miami want to leave early on their fourth day of deliberations in the South Florida trial of a Muslim cleric accused of supporting the Pakistani Taliban.
After listening to nearly two months of testimony, it’s now up to federal jury in Miami to decide the fate of a South Florida Muslim cleric accused of funneling money to the Pakistani Taliban terrorist group.
A Miami Muslim cleric accused of funneling money to the Taliban in Pakistan is taking the stand for a second day in his own defense.
A Miami Muslin cleric has taken the stand in his own defense. Hafiz Khan, 77, is accused of sending at least $50,000 to help finance Taliban fighters in Pakistan.
It wasn’t someone’s outburst or a sick juror that halted testimony in the South Florida terrorism support trial of an elderly Muslim cleric Tuesday, but rather something more difficult to explain: an outage in transmission of live testimony from Pakistan.
Lawyers for a South Florida Muslim cleric accused of supporting terrorism in his home country are having trouble getting witnesses to travel from Pakistan to Miami to testify on his behalf.
All federal charges have been dismissed against a Muslim cleric from Margate who, along with his father, was accused of providing financial support to the Taliban in Pakistan.
An elderly Muslim cleric and his son were in federal court Friday for opening statements in charges they funneled tens of thousands of dollars from South Flroida to the Pakistani Taliban terrorist organization to carry out violent attacks against U.S. interests overseas.
Jury selection is set for Wednesday for the trial of two South Florida Muslim clerics accused of funneling funds to the Taliban in Pakistan.