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Federal Judge Reduces Sentence of Known Terrorist

July 26, 2011

The Investigative Project on Terrorism is reporting that Abudrahman Alamoudi’s 23-year sentence has been reduced by 79 months.

A federal judge has reduced the prison sentence for Abdurahman Alamoudi, who once was one of the nation’s most prominent political activists until he was found engaging in illegal transactions with Libya and implicated in a plot to kill a Saudi prince.

Last week, U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton ordered Alamoudi’s 23-year sentence reduced by 79 months. The briefs explaining why Alamoudi deserved a shorter sentence remain under seal.[Emphasis mine-=ed.]

I have previously recounted a bit about Mr. Alamoudi here

Why would we release a man who wishes Osama bin Laden had been more successful?  Why would we release a key figure in the Muslim Brotherhood in America?

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