Irfan Khan

Terror-Related Suit Delayed Over Secret MaterialClassified material, which has been disputed, has delayed the trial of a Pakistani-American man's lawsuit accusing the U.S. of malicious prosecution in a terror financing case.
Fed Judge Orders FBI To Turnover Secret Calls For LawsuitA federal judge in Miami has sided with a Pakistani-American man, who was cleared of terrorism support charges, and ordered the FBI to allow him to examine hundreds of classified phone intercepts as part of his malicious prosecution lawsuit against the U.S.
Terrorism Charges Dropped Against Former Miami CabbieA 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.
Trial Date Set For South Florida Imams Accused Of Supporting TalibanA 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.
Attorney For Miami Imam Wants True Identity Of FBI's InformantThe 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.
Bail Denied For Muslim Cleric, Sons In Taliban CaseAn 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.
Younger Margate Imam Pleads Not Guilty In Terror CaseA Muslim cleric in Florida has pleaded not guilty to charges of supporting the Pakistani Taliban terrorist group. The plea was entered Friday in Miami federal court by the 24-year-old imam of a mosque in suburban Margate.
Bail Denied For S. Fla. Clerics Accused Of Supporting TalibanA pair of South Florida Muslim clerics, charged with providing financial support to the Pakistani Taliban, have been denied bail in federal court in Miami.
Imams Accused Of Terrorism Appear In CourtA pair of South Florida imams, religious leaders at their respective mosques, sat quietly in handcuffs in Miami federal court during their first appearance on charges related to alleged terrorist acts.