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Ahmad Khan Rahami, Accused Bomber, Represented by ACLU

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the accused New Jersey and New York bomber, will be represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in his pending court case.
Newsmax

Bombings in N.J., N.Y. not linked to larger terror cell, FBI director says

FBI plans review of encounters it had with Ahmad Khan Rahami starting in 2014
NJ.com

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News video: Suspected Bomber Had History Of Violence

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The sister of suspected New York-New Jersey bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami claimed in a 2014 police report that he punched her in the face and was preparing to hit her with a dumbbell — before stabbing..
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News video: ACLU To Defend NYC Bombing Suspect

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As concern builds over the suspect's lack of access to a lawyer, on Monday the American Civil Liberties Union said it will temporarily provide legal counsel for the man suspected of detonating a bomb..
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News video: Bomb Case is Latest Hardship for NJ’s Muslims

Bomb Case is Latest Hardship for NJ’s Muslims 01:58

The case of the New Jersey Muslim man charged with planting bombs in New York and New Jersey is the latest of many challenging moments for the state’s large Muslim population. They will soon get..
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News video: Alleged New York Bomber Possibly Inspired By Al-Qaeda

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The Department of Homeland Security has determined alleged New York City bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami was likely influenced by al-Qaeda. The four different bombs Rahami placed throughout New York and New..
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News video: Chicago Police Use Data To Fight Gang Violence

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Chicago has seen one of its most violent years, with over 500 people fatally shot since january. In the hopes of saving them, The police have drawn up a list of people likely to be shot. Eighty-five..
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With Ahmad Khan Rahami incapacitated, authorities can't serve bombing charges

Bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami is still incapacitated and unable decide who will represent him, a prosecutor said.
NJ.com

ACLU: Unconscious Bombing Suspect Has Right To Attorney

aclu: unconscious bombing suspect has right to attorney
Patch Reading-North Reading, NJ -- The New Jersey ACLU says that lawyers have the right to visit Ahmad Khan Rahami, even if he’s unconscious in the hospital.
Patch

ACLU says it is representing bombing suspect Rahami after he was denied right to lawyer

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey says it is representing bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami on federal charges until federal public defenders are…
ABA Journal

ACLU takes up accused N.J. bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami's case

Civil liberties group will represent Ahmad Khan Rahami until he can get a public defender, filing says.
NJ.com

Civil liberties organization representing bombing suspect

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union is representing a man accused of setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey and injuring 31 people. A lawyer for the organization’s New..
Seattle Times

Senator Says Smartphone Emergency Alert System Is 'Stuck In The 90's'

senator says smartphone emergency alert system is 'stuck in the 90's'
Following the arrest last week of 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami—the man accused of setting off a series of explosive devices in New York and New Jersey earlier this month—Mayor Bill de Blasio praised..
Gothamist

Is your child’s violent behavior normal?

As officials investigate Ahmad Khan Rahami's motive for placing bombs in New York and New Jersey, many wonder how another lone wolf wanted to kill so many.
USATODAY.com

Chelsea Bomber May Have Learned How To Make Explosives From Al-Qaeda Magazine

chelsea bomber may have learned how to make explosives from al-qaeda magazine
Suspected Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami may have learned how to make explosives thanks to instructions in al-Qaeda's premiere magazine. [ more › ]
Gothamist


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