Mohammad Hassan Khalid
A teenager turns from a quiet suburban Baltimore life to helping terrorists online. Now he’ll spend several years in a federal prison.
A 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.
Federal 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.
Lawyers for a Maryland teen convicted in a Jihadist terror plot want him moved to a juvenile facility to await sentencing.
A 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.
A Maryland teenager accused of helping a terror cell based in Ireland will plead guilty to a U.S. terrorism charge, according to court papers filed Monday.
Prosecutors are asking a judge to delay the trial of a juvenile accused in a terrorism plot due to the complexity of the case.
A 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.
A 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.