The terrorist was killed in 2008 by a bomb, triggered by an Israeli Mossad agent on the ground in Damascus, Syria, but the bomb was built by the CIA. The terrorist was accused of at least five terrorist plots such as kidnapping and hijacking a plane.
The two men - Trevor Muirhead and Neil McKenzie - convicted in the Neil Lennon bomb plot are clearly a few egg sandwiches short of a picnic. But their stupidity is no excuse for their actions - which deserve to be punished to the full...Show More Summary
DETROIT – Rasmieh Odeh, a Palestinian woman who conceived of and led a deadly 1969 Jerusalem bombing plot that killed two civilians, has had her citizenship revoked and will serve 18 months in an American prison for naturalization fraud. Prosecutors had asked for her to serve five to seven years. Her defense maintains even her […]
Two Florida Muslim Brothers plead guilty to terrorism. Sheheryar Alam Qazi and brother Raees Alam Qazi, of Oakland Park, are accused of planning a terrorist attack in New York City and assaulting two deputy U.S. Marshals while in custody. They … Continue reading ?
Canada foiled a plot by an ISIS supporter to bomb the US consulate in Toronto. Jahanzeb Malik was plotting to bomb the US Consulate in Toronto and other buildings in Toronto’s financial district. Jahanzeb Malik came to Canada as a … Continue reading ?
In its four seasons, Game of Thrones has allowed viewers visual access to all sorts of deadly acts, from eye-gougings to poisonings to beheadings. Though Westeros isn?t the kind of place where bombings are an attack of choice, a group of terrorists nearly changed that. Click To Continue Reading
Police in Northern Ireland have foiled a bomb plot targeting former security force members who were working on the film set of TV series Game of Thrones in Belfast.
The members of the “religion of peace” are at it yet again, and they’re going for gold. Somehow Abid Naseer, a Pakistani man arrested in Great Britain in 2009 in
A Pakistani man extradited from the UK to the US has been convicted for plotting attacks in several countries. Abid Naseer, 28, was found guilty by a New York jury of providing material support to al-Qaeda and conspiracy to use a destructive device. He faces up to life imprisonment at sentencing. Evidence at Naseer’s trial […]
Naseer faces life in prison after he was convicted Wednesday of plotting to blow up an English shopping center in 2009 as part of a global al Qaeda conspiracy.
There are so many new plot threads in the first few minutes of this episode that we thought we had mistakenly skipped ahead.
Jane Rosenberg Four MI5 agents took the stand in disguise in Brooklyn federal court Tuesday to describe their surveillance of a Pakistani-born man accused of participating in terror plots to bomb targets in England, Denmark and New York City.
Connecticut police try to solve case of man told to empty vault with apparent bomb strapped to him
Why Is This Important? Because you've been plotting you're revenge for sometime now. Long Story Short An Australian company called ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com launched on Monday and will send glitter to your enemies anonymously. Long Story Shipping glitter to your enemies -- or "glitter bombing" -- is something you'll be hearing a lot more of. Show More Summary
The race hustlers went into overdrive after the NAACP office in Colorado Springs was damaged in a bomb attack. NAACP president Cornell Brooks took a tour of the office after the nearby bombing. Thaddeus Murphy But, it wasn’t a hate … Continue reading ?
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. prosecutor told jurors at the terrorism trial of accused al Qaeda operative Abid Naseer that his plan to bomb a shopping center in England in 2009 was described in a "chilling" letter recovered during the military raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Show More Summary
Several years ago the FBI had arrested Emad Karakrah and charged him with a series of crimes. Karakrah was involved in several plots and crimes including narco-terrorism and a 2009 plot to bomb Oprah Winfrey’s Chicago TV studios. But for some inexplicable reason, the FBI just released this dangerous man out of prison. Show More Summary
True to form, Sunday's episode of Family Guy had plenty of offensive material. After all, the main plot involved Quagmire on trial for accidentally having sex with an underage girl. Unfortunately, as horrifying as the statutory rape and pedophilia jokes were, that's pretty much old hat for the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Family Guy
A former Home Depot employee was sentenced to more than 30 years in federal prison for threatening to set off pipe bombs in some of the chain's suburban New York stores in an attempt to extort money from the retailer, his trial attorney said on Saturday. Show More Summary
Accurate headlines would not leave casual readers with the impression that Venezuela was interested in getting a nuclear bomb, or in trying to nuke New York.