A former Texas Tech college student accused of trying to make a bomb to carry out jihad in Texas was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday morning in Amarillo.
A federal judge has refused to grant a new trial to the Saudi native, and former Texas Tech University student, convicted in a failed bomb plot and now facing up to life in prison.
A former Texas Tech University student from Saudi Arabia convicted in a failed bomb plot has asked for a new trial.
Jurors are deliberating in the case of a Saudi man accused of gathering chemicals and other materials inside of his West Texas apartment to try to build a bomb.
The man accused of gathering materials to make a bomb kept an instructional video on explosives in his apartment and wrote about wanting to pursue “missions to please God,” authorities said.
The attorney defending a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb components at his apartment in an unfulfilled plot to attack the U.S. called his client a failure who never presented a threat.
Jury selection is set in the trial of a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb-making components at his West Texas apartment in an effort to build a weapon of mass destruction.
The judge in the case of a Saudi man accused of trying to make a weapon of mass destruction has moved the trial to Amarillo and set a new date.
A Saudi man accused of trying to make a weapon of mass destruction is mentally competent to stand trial, a federal judge in Texas ruled Tuesday.
A Texas student from Saudi Arabia accused of buying equipment to build a weapon of mass destruction has pleaded not guilty.
A federal judge in Lubbock has imposed a gag order in the case of a Saudi man accused of plotting to bomb former President George W. Bush’s house and many other targets nationwide.