Jury Convicts in Albany Terrorism Sting Case
Notwithstanding the great efforts by defense lawyers, including Terry Kindlon, an Albany federal jury has convicted two Muslims of terrorism charges in a sting case that has come to be known as the "Doogie Howswer" terror case.
Two Muslim immigrants who were targeted in an FBI sting were convicted on Tuesday of charges they supported terrorism by taking part in a fictitious plot to launder money from the sale of a shoulder-fired missile.
The case had galvanized the area's Muslim-American community, many of whom accused the FBI of using a manipulative and underhanded informant to unfairly target two hardworking immigrants who had no criminal history or direct links to any terrorist figures.
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