Jihad Jane

Ex-Honors Student From Md. Sentenced To 5 Years In Jihadist Terror PlotA teenager turns from a quiet suburban Baltimore life to helping terrorists online. Now he’ll spend several years in a federal prison.
Sentencing Delayed For Md. Teen Convicted In Jihadist Terror PlotA former high school honors student who led a double life online, aiding Muslim extremists overseas, has helped the U.S. pursue terrorists since his 2011 arrest but remains a risk, federal prosecutors said in court filings.
'Jihad Jane' Gets 10 Years In Deadly Terror Plot That Included Md. Teen Recruit A federal judge in Philadelphia has agreed to a reduced sentence for a Pennsylvania woman involved in a deadly terror plot, because of her extensive cooperation with investigators. Facing life, Colleen LaRose was sentenced to 10 years.
Feds Seek Long Sentence In 'Jihad Jane' Terrorist Case That Included Md. Teen RecruitFederal prosecutors want a long prison sentence for a Pennsylvania woman who called herself "Jihad Jane" online to recruit jihadists, including a 15-year-old Maryland teen.
Md. Teen Pleads Guilty In Terror CaseA Maryland teenager faces 15 years in prison after admitting he agreed to help the American terrorist dubbed "Jihad Jane" raise money and recruits for a Muslim holy war.
Feds Seek Delay Of Juvenile's Terrorism TrialProsecutors are asking a judge to delay the trial of a juvenile accused in a terrorism plot due to the complexity of the case.
Md. Teen In `Jihad Jane' Case Pleads Not GuiltyA high school honors student has pleaded not guilty in federal court in Philadelphia to charges he helped the American terror suspect dubbed "Jihad Jane" raise money and recruits.
Md. Teen Charged In 'Jihad Jane' Terror PlotA high school honors student from Maryland helped the American terror suspect dubbed "Jihad Jane" plot to kill a Swedish artist and used the Internet to raise money and recruits for overseas terrorists.
Source: Teen In U.S. Custody In 'Jihad Jane' PlotA Maryland teen from Pakistan is in secret U.S. custody, accused of helping recruit terrorists for the Pennsylvania woman known as "Jihad Jane," a person close to the boy's family said Friday.
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