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NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Federal prosecutors say a British citizen who pleaded guilty in Connecticut to supporting terrorists through websites should get a 25-year prison sentence.

Prosecutors say in court papers filed this week that Babar Ahmad (BAH'-bar AH'-mahd) supported Chechen fighters, the Taliban and al-Qaida with websites that sought cash, military equipment and personnel. They say the websites were among the first of their kind and call his support "robust, far-reaching and virtually unparalleled."

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flagThe explosion of two bombs yesterday at the Boston Marathon points out once again that we live in a dangerous world.  The attack was not committed with guns or AK47’s or high capacity magazines.  The attack was committed with explosive devices that injured, maimed, or killed countless innocent people.  Those near the explosions who survived now have their lives changed forever.

 

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DETERRENCE-FIRE''we find them (the pictures insulting to muslims) offensive, and we certainly understand why muslims would find these images offensive. anti-muslim images are as unacceptable as anti-semitic images, anti-christian images, or any other religious belief.”

 

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