US Restaurant Worker Brought Lifetime Over New York Bombing




New York
A US restaurant worker was sentenced to life in prison for a New York bombing that injured 31 people in 2016. By a federal judge, the man claiming to be inspired by Osama bin Laden is said to be very dangerous.

Ahmad Khan Rahimi, born in Afghanistan, court that he became radical after being "harassed" by the FBI and "exiled" because of his religion. During the trial, the 30-year-old man did not show any remorse for his actions.

At the trial as reported by the AFP news agency, Wednesday (14/2/2018), the public prosecutor stated that "magical" was killed in a bomb attack that occurred on September 17, 2016. The second bomb explosion led to the cancellation of a US Marine Corps running event in the town of Seaside Park, New Jersey. Rahimi was found guilty of eight counts

Police have also defused other bombs at Chelsea and found additional pipe bombs in the home town of Rahimi, Elizabeth, New Jersey where he works in his family restaurant. Rahimi was wounded in a crossfire with police on September 19, 2017 before he was arrested. It also found a journal of its own writing that praised Osama bin Laden and recruited US-born al-Qaeda, Anwar al-Awlaki. He moved to the United States in 1995 with his family and became a naturalized citizen in 2011.

In court, Rahimi said that he understands why there is frustration between Muslim countries and Americans.

"I have been here for more than 20 years, I have American friends and Muslim friends, "said Rahimi. According to him, things change after he acts and dresses like a devout Muslim.

Since Rahimi's arrest, two other lone-wolf attackers have staged a bombing in New York. A Bangladeshi driver blew up a bomb to injure himself and three others in December 2017. Earlier on 31 October 2017, an Uzbek immigrant crashed his truck into cyclists, killing eight people. The man claimed to be inspired by the ISIS terrorist group.

(ita / ita)


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A Man Shoots His Head Outside New York City Hall

A man died after firing his own head on the outside of the gate at New York City Hall, Monday morning (5/2).

A police spokesman said the man was driving a black sedan to the east gate of City Hall around 7.30am and shoot his own head. The identity has not been released yet. There were no other casualties in this incident.

Traffic in the city of Manhattan connected to the Brooklyn Bridge was stopped, while police investigated the shootings. This caused traffic congestion in the morning rush hour, on both lanes of the bridge.

This incident occurred near one of the two main security checkpoints for everyone entering City Hall. Anyone who wants to enter this building must pass a security check with a metal scanner. Security at City Hall was tightened after a gunman killed the council member in 2003. [em]

10 Mafia Suspects Arrested in New York, Threatened Bui 20 Years





New York
 The New York, United States Authority announced the arrest of 10 mafia suspects, including a boss and an advisor in the Bonanno mafia family. They are threatened with imprisonment of at least 20 years if convicted.

New York state prosecutor said as reported by the AFP news agency Saturday (13/1/2018), nine of the ten suspects were arrested on Friday 12/1) local time. One in 10 suspects will be tried in court in Pennsylvania, the rest will be tried in federal court in Manhattan.

They are charged with extortion conspiracies and crimes including extortion, loans, letter and wire fraud, narcotics distribution and conspiracy to commit murder.

Eight out of 10 suspects are from the Bonanno family, which is one of five Mafia families in New York. They include bosses while Joseph Cammarano (58), adviser John Zancocchio (60), George Tropiano (68), Albert Armetta (48) and Domineck Miniero (85).

Other suspects are Ernest Montevecchi of the Genovese family and Eugene Castelle of Luchese family.

New York is the most populous city in America, with about 8.5 million inhabitants. Later, crime rates have fallen sharply in the region and the police continue to aggressively carry out eradication operations of organized gangs.

(ita / ita)

Jurors Submit Claims To New York Pipeline Bombers

The panel of judges has filed a lawsuit against 27-year-old accused Akayed Ullah of Brooklyn, New York for attempting to set off a pipe bomb at a New York subway station on December 11, 2017. Six items are filed to Akayed.

In the claim it was said, Ullah sought support for ISIS, which was declared a foreign terrorist organization by the American government. Other charges against Ullah are the use of weapons of mass destruction, placing bombs in public places; (19659003) Ullah was found near the site of the explosion and found its found plumbing bomb components, including 9-volt batteries, wires, plastic binders, metal pipes, and a Christmas tree light. He was the only person injured in an attack attempt near the New York Port Authority bus terminal.

The allegation says he overrides Miranda's rights, or the right to not speak while being interrogated by police without the presence of lawyers.

with the police, according to the indictment, Ullah said he assembled the pipe bomb and launched an attack on December 11. Ullah says he was inspired by ISIS pro propaganda material he found on the Internet. He followed a video suggestion that if jihadist candidates could not join ISIS abroad, they would have to attack in their own country. [ps/jm]