An Amarillo jury has found 22-year-old Khalid Aldawsari guilty of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. He faces up to life in prison. Aldawsari was accused of collecting supplies to build a
An Amarillo jury has found 22-year-old Khalid Aldawsari guilty of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. He faces up to life in prison.
Day one of the Khalid Aldawsari trial started today. Aldawsari entered the courtroom looking disheveled. His shirt was wrinkled and his attorney had to help his straighten his collar. The prosecution
An attorney for terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari referred to his client as a failure numerous times in opening remarks, stating that he had failed academically, personally, and as a terrorist.
Lawyers for Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 21, have announced their intent to raise an insanity defense. Notice filed with U.S. District court says Aldawsari "seems to be suffering from severe mental disability including delusional visions and beliefs."
An article on the Time Magazine website reveals new perspective on the FBI's handling of Lubbock terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari, 21.
Terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari pleaded not guilt Monday on a charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. U.S. Magistrate Judge Nancy Koenig set the trial for May 2.
Authorities said Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari described his desire for violent jihad and martyrdom in blog postings using the online username fromfaraway90.
South Plains College student, and Saudi Arabian national arrested in Lubbock on charges of attempting to use weapons of mass destruction.