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  • Saudi man gets life in prison in US bomb plot

    Saudi man gets life in prison in US bomb plot

    Tuesday, November 13 2012 4:02 PM EST2012-11-13 21:02:50 GMT
    AMARILLO, Texas - A former Texas college student accused of trying to make a bomb and possibly target a former U.S. president with the goal of jihad was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison.
    AMARILLO, Texas - A former Texas college student accused of trying to make a bomb and possibly target a former U.S. president with the goal of jihad was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison.
  • Aldawsari sentencing delayed

    Aldawsari sentencing delayed

    Thursday, August 23 2012 7:41 PM EDT2012-08-23 23:41:55 GMT
    Sentencing for the Saudi man convicted in Amarillo on terror-related charges has once again been delayed.
    Sentencing for the Saudi man convicted in Amarillo on terror-related charges has once again been delayed.
  • Amarillo jury convicts terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari

    Amarillo jury convicts terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 9:54 PM EDT2012-06-28 01:54:45 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - A man accused of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction is convicted in an Amarillo court.
    Amarillo, TX - A man accused of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction is convicted in an Amarillo court.

  • Texas jury convicts Saudi bomb plot suspect

    Texas jury convicts Saudi bomb plot suspect

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 3:31 PM EDT2012-06-27 19:31:06 GMT
    AMARILLO, Texas – A Saudi man accused of buying chemicals online and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction was found guilty on Wednesday in federal court in Amarillo.
    AMARILLO, Texas – A Saudi man accused of buying chemicals online and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction was found guilty on Wednesday in federal court in Amarillo.
  • Texas bomb plot defense presents no evidence

    Texas bomb plot defense presents no evidence

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 12:21 PM EDT2012-06-27 16:21:30 GMT
    AMARILLO, Texas - Defense attorneys for a Saudi man accused in a plot to bomb Americans made quick work of their case: They rested without calling any witnesses or presenting any evidence.
    AMARILLO, Texas - Defense attorneys for a Saudi man accused in a plot to bomb Americans made quick work of their case: They rested without calling any witnesses or presenting any evidence.
  • More evidence shown at Texas bomb plot trial

    More evidence shown at Texas bomb plot trial

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 3:41 PM EDT2012-06-26 19:41:50 GMT
    AMARILLO, Texas - The Saudi man accused of gathering materials to make a bomb with the goal of targeting sites across the United States kept an instructional video on explosives in his West Texas apartment.
    AMARILLO, Texas - The Saudi man accused of gathering materials to make a bomb with the goal of targeting sites across the United States kept an instructional video on explosives in his West Texas apartment.
  • Aldawsari trial continues

    Aldawasari trial continues

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 3:34 PM EDT2012-06-26 19:34:15 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - The trial for a Saudi man accused of attempting to make weapons of mass destruction continued Monday.
    Amarillo, TX - The trial for a Saudi man accused of attempting to make weapons of mass destruction continued Monday.
  • Opening statements made in Aldawsari case

    Opening statements made in Aldawsari case

    Friday, June 22 2012 6:59 PM EDT2012-06-22 22:59:24 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - The trial continued Friday for the former Texas Tech student accused of plotting attacks across the United States and here in Texas.
    Amarillo, TX - The trial continued Friday for the former Texas Tech student accused of plotting attacks across the United States and here in Texas.
  • Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari trial underway

    Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari trial underway

    Friday, June 22 2012 1:03 PM EDT2012-06-22 17:03:00 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Jury selection is underway in the federal trial of a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb-making components.
    Amarillo, TX - A jury is selected in the federal trial of a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb-making components.
  • Judge in Texas rules terror bomb suspect competent

    Judge in Texas rules terror bomb suspect competent

    Tuesday, February 21 2012 7:49 PM EST2012-02-22 00:49:40 GMT
    A Saudi man accused of trying to make a weapon of mass destruction and targeting former President George W. Bush's home in Dallas is mentally competent to stand trial, a federal judge in Texas ruled Tuesday.
  • Saudi accused of Bush home attack plot indicted

    Saudi accused of Bush home attack plot indicted

    Thursday, March 10 2011 1:06 PM EST2011-03-10 18:06:03 GMT
    LUBBOCK, Texas – A federal grand jury has indicted a 20-year-old Texas college student from Saudi Arabia on a single count of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.
  • UPDATE: Terror suspect arrest

    UPDATE: Terror suspect arrest

    Friday, February 25 2011 2:00 PM EST2011-02-25 19:00:28 GMT
    Lubbock TX - A suspected terrorist will spend at least two more weeks behind bars. This morning a federal judge in Lubbock granted the government a continuance to hold the bond hearing on March 11th for Khalid Aldawsari.
  • Saudi suspect in terror plot appears in fed. court

    Saudi suspect in terror plot appears in fed. court

    Friday, February 25 2011 12:09 PM EST2011-02-25 17:09:38 GMT
    LUBBOCK, Texas – A college student from Saudi Arabia charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction has made an initial appearance at a court in Texas.
  • Saudi man charged with plotting terrorist attack

    Saudi man charged with plotting terrorist attack

    Thursday, February 24 2011 9:55 PM EST2011-02-25 02:55:45 GMT
    LUBBOCK, Texas – A college student from Saudi Arabia who studied chemical engineering in Texas bought explosive chemicals online as part of a plan to hide bomb materials inside dolls and baby carriages to blow up dams, nuclear plants or the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush, the Justice Department said Thursday.
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