Pakistan court acquits Times Square bomber accomplices

Like we really expected them to convict? Fox News: A lawyer representing four Pakistani men accused of involvement in the 2010 Times Square bomb plot says they have been acquitted. Malik Imran Safdar said Saturday that the prosecution failed to prove its case against his clients Muhammad Shoaib Mughal, Muhammad Shahid Husain, Humbal Akhtar and Faisal Abbasi. The men were arrested in Pakistan following the New York City incident. Pakistani-American Faisal Shahzad pleaded guilty in a U.S. court to trying to blow up a bomb in his SUV. It produced smoke but no explosion. Two other men arrested Pakistan in the wake of the incident were previously released. The lawyer for the four said they were acquitted Saturday in an anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi, near the capital of Islamabad. This is the same court that acquitted al-Qaeda terrorist Rashid Rauf who was accused in the transatlantic aircraft plot in 2006, where al-Qaeda was planning to blow up as many as 10 planes. He...(Read Full Post)

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