A New York City man accused in one of the most serious terror plots since the Sept. 11 attacks has pleaded not guilty to a revised indictment.
The father of a man who admitted plotting to bomb New York City subways pleaded guilty Friday to charges he forged immigration forms on behalf of a nephew who ended up testifying against him at a trial earlier this year.
Mohammed Wali Zazi, 55, father of admitted terrorist Najibullah Zazi, has been convicted of trying to cover up his son’s plan to bomb New York City subways two years ago.
Zazi is charged with obstruction of justice by lying to investigators and tampering and destroying evidence to cover for his son, who pleaded guilty last year of plotting to attack New York City subways in the Fall of 2009.
The world’s most wanted man is dead, but concerns over retaliation have commuters and police on guard at Penn Station and rail stations across the country.
A Homeland Security intelligence warning sent to law enforcement officials around the country, saying the terror organization was considering tampering with an unspecified U.S. rail track so that a train would fall off the track at a valley or a bridge.
Mohammed Wali Zazi is scheduled for arraignment Thursday in Brooklyn federal court. An updated indictment issued last month charges him with obstruction of justice and other counts.
The updated indictment, issued Tuesday, charges Mohammed Wali Zazi with obstruction of justice and other counts.
A man charged in a failed terror plot against the New York City subway system has pleaded not guilty.
A Bosnian immigrant from Flushing, accused in a subway bombing plot, is due to be arraigned Friday morning.