U.S. To Seek Death Penalty For Suspect In Bike Path Terror AttackFederal prosecutors have confirmed that the U.S. Justice Department will seek the death penalty for 30-year-old suspect Sayfullo Saipov.
Lawyers: POTUS Tweets Should Eliminate Death Penalty For Suspect In Bike Path Terror AttackPresident Donald Trump's tweets were cited Thursday by lawyers for a man charged with fatally mowing down eight people on a New York City bike path as reason to disqualify the death penalty as a trial possibility.
Lower Manhattan Terror Attack Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Latest ChargesSayfullo Saipov said the decisions of a U.S. court were unimportant to him. He said he cared about "Allah" and the holy war being waged by the Islamic State.
West Side Terror Victim's Family Calls For Truck Rental Background ChecksLawyers for the victims cite the city's failure to secure the area even after being warned of the possibility of an attack using a vehicle.
West Side Terror Suspect Appears In Court For First Time Since Guilty Plea OfferThe terror suspect accused of driving a rented truck down the West Side bike path and leaving eight people dead was back in court Tuesday.
Defense For West Side Terror Suspect Offers Guilty Plea In Exchange For Sparing His LifeTwo and a half months after the deadly Halloween truck terror incident on the West Side, a letter filed by the defendant’s attorneys has made an offer.
Lower Manhattan Terror Attack Suspect Pleads Not GuiltySayfullo Saipov, 29, is accused of driving a rented pick-up truck down the West Side highway bicycle path, killing eight people and injuring a dozen others.
Parents Of Lower Manhattan Terror Attack Victim Plan To Sue City, StateThe parents of a New Milford, New Jersey man killed in the Halloween truck attack along a lower Manhattan park bike path are planning to file a lawsuit.
Suspect Indicted On Murder, Terror Charges In Deadly Manhattan AttackA federal grand jury has indicted the man accused in a deadly Halloween terror attack in lower Manhattan.
New York FBI Chief Talks Adjusting To New Terror TacticsNew York FBI Chief William Sweeney said law enforcement is adjusting to counter the new terror paradigm, such as what was seen on Halloween along the West Side bike path.
Makeshift Memorials Grow At Site Of Lower Manhattan Terror Attack As Investigators Seek AnswersEarly Friday morning, a carpenter from Chicago placed wooden cross tributes along the bike path for each of the eight victims killed in the attack.