Trial: Man denies knowing about plans for Texas attack
The Latest on the trial of an Arizona man charged with planning an attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas (all times local):
An Arizona man charged with planning an attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas denies knowing beforehand that two friends were going to open fire at the controversial event.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem testified Tuesday at his trial that he didn't know about the May 3 contest until after the thwarted attack in suburban Dallas. A security guard was injured, but no one attending the contest was hurt.
Kareem described the hours after the... read more
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