A Maryland man who once said he wanted to wage jihad against the United States renounced terrorism Friday as he was sentenced to 25 years for plotting to bomb a military recruiting center near Baltimore.
His arrest made national headlines after the feds stopped his deadly plan to blow up a military recruiting center. Now, Antonio Martinez has agreed to a deal with federal prosecutors.
A federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges against a Baltimore man accused of plotting to bomb a military recruiting center.
Prosecutors claim Antonio Martinez, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Maryland, confessed to trying to blow up a recruiting center in Catonsville as payback for what he believed was a war on Islam.
Attorneys for a Baltimore man accused of plotting to bomb a military recruiting center want the charges dismissed because the government did not record some of his early meetings with an informant that they say could show he was coerced.
Prosecutors say he wanted to kill as many people as possible. Now surprising new revelations about a Baltimore man’s plot to bomb a military recruiting station.
A man accused of plotting to kill military personnel with a car bomb pleaded not guilty Friday.
A Baltimore man accused of plotting to kill military recruiters with a car bomb has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Prosecutors say Antonio Martinez was grinning from ear to ear as a plan to bomb a local military recruitment center was set into motion. But now his attorneys say it wasn’t even his plan.
They tried to stop him. People who prayed with the Baltimore man accused of trying to bomb a recruiting center speak out.
A 21-year-old man charged with trying to blow up a Baltimore-area military recruiting center briefly hesitated when he heard about a federal sting operation that nabbed an alleged terrorist in Oregon last month but decided to keep going with his plan, authorities said.