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Former U. Alabama Student Sentenced to Prison for Concealing Funding to al Qaeda

Former U. Alabama Student Sentenced to Prison for Concealing Funding to al Qaeda

“pleaded guilty in 2019 to a charge of concealing terrorism financing”

The sentence seems a bit light, considering the charges.

The New York Post reports:

Former University of Alabama student sentenced for hiding funding to al Qaeda

A former University of Alabama student was sentenced to more than seven years behind bars Wednesday for hiding financing to al Qaeda.

Alaa Mohd Abusaad, 26, had pleaded guilty in 2019 to a charge of concealing terrorism financing after telling an undercover FBI employee how to send money to terrorist fighters.

Abusaad also told the undercover fed that “money” for the terrorists “is always needed.”

The former college student told the agent to use fake names and addresses when sending electronic transfers to avoid detection by police.

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On the contrary, if we are to depend on the information in this or the ilnked articles.
Nowhere is it alleged that she actually ever funded anybody,
only that she told an FBI agent how it could be done if he wanted to.
That’s like imprisoning the scriptwriters of “How To Get Away With Murder.”

JohnSmith100 | April 30, 2022 at 5:59 pm

Shouldn’t she be expelled from America?

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