Man Sentenced For Helping Plan Cartoon Contest Attack To AppealAn Arizona man convicted of helping to plot a 2015 attack at Prophet Muhammad contest in North Texas plans to appeal his guilty verdicts.
Garland Officer Awarded Medal Of Valor From President ObamaIt is National Police Week and today an officer with the Garland Police Department received the Medal of Valor from President Barack Obama.
Government Wins 2nd Case On Islamic State-related ChargesThe government landed its second conviction of someone charged with supporting the Islamic State terrorist group after an Arizona man was found guilty of charges that he plotted last spring's attack at a cartoon contest in Texas.
Deliberations Resume At Trial Of Man Charged In Garland Cartoon AttackJurors will resume deliberations at the trial of an Arizona man charged with plotting an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas.
Officers Describe Thwarted Attack At Garland Cartoon ContestOn a Sunday evening last spring, two men wearing body armor and armed with assault rifles abruptly stopped their car outside a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland
Indictment: Phoenix Man Helped Plan Garland Cartoon Contest ShootingA Phoenix-area man has been charged with helping plan an attack on a provocative cartoon contest in Garland, Texas last month that ended with the two shooters' deaths.
Another "Draw Muhammad" Contest Is Coming Down The PikeJerry Delemus, a 60-year-old former Marine, plans on holding his own "Draw Muhammad" contest -- despite what happened in Garland. He says he recognizes there are risks inherent in hosting such an event, but adds that he plans on having plenty of security on hand.