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.
An elderly Miami Muslim cleric has been found competent to stand trial on charges that he helped finance the Taliban in Pakistan.
A former Miami cabbie who was accused along with his father and brother of orchestrating financial support for the Taliban in Pakistan is in the clear.
Attorneys for a Miami Muslim cleric accused of orchestrating financial support for the Taliban in Pakistan have filed documents this week seeking the dismissal of all charges.
A pair of South Florida imams and a third man accused of raising tens of thousands of dollars for a Pakistani Taliban terror group will go to trial early next year.
A lawyer in the case of an elderly Muslim cleric and his two sons who are accused of providing support to the Pakistani Taliban argues a government secrecy request could give prosecutors an unfair advantage.
The lawyer for a Miami muslim cleric accused of funneling money to terrorists in Pakistan has asked that prosecutors turn over the true identity of the FBI’s key informant.
An elderly Muslim cleric and both of his sons will remain in custody until trial on charges of financially supporting the Pakistani Taliban after they were denied bail.
A federal judge has denied bail for an elderly Muslim imam charged with aiding Pakistani terrorists.