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ATLANTA (AP) -- A former Georgia Tech student was a budding terrorist who took choppy videos of potential targets in Washington, D.C., hoped to join the Taliban and desperately tried to prove himself to jihadist groups overseas, prosecutors said Monday.
Nahmias has said there is no evidence the two posed an immediate threat to the United States, but stressed that their path could "lead eventually to violent activity."
The two are accused of "rudimentary paramilitary training" in northern Georgia in late 2004 and early 2005. And officials said Ahmed traveled to Pakistan in July 2005 to seek out Lashkar-e-Taiba, a Pakistan-based group which is linked with attacks in the disputed state of Kashmir.
Originally posted by Tentickles
You know I see no evidence in the article that they were proven guilty beyond a shadows of a doubt.
What happened to Innocent until proven guilty...?