Prosecutors are basing their case on more than 80 phone calls, during which the two women from Rochester allegedly discussed funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia. The two are accused of being part of a pipeline that sent money and fighters to al-Shabab.
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Trial starts Monday for two Rochester women accused of providing support to a Somali terrorist group. Prosecutors says Amina Farah Ali and Hawo Mohamed Hassan are part of a pipeline that funneled money to the rebel group al-Shabab. They are charged with raising money to help the group recruit young men to fight in Somalia.
Prosecutor: Women accused of funding terrorists knew where cash was going
Two Women from Rochester are on trial for allegedly funneling thousands of dollars to a known terrorist group in Somalia. The defendants say they were only trying to help their homeland and did not know al-Shabab was engaged in terrorism there.
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A defense attorney for one of two Rochester women accused of funneling money to terrorists in Somalia claims the prosecution is cherry-picking evidence to bolster its case.
Closing arguments in terrorism trial to start this morning
The trial could soon be over for two Rochester women accused of funneling money to a known terrorist group in Somalia. The federal government says the two are part of a pipeline that sends cash and new recruits to Al-Shabab. The women say they were raising money for charity.
Jury finds Rochester women guilty on all counts in terrorism case
A federal jury has convicted two women of aiding a terrorist group under the guise of charity. The women were the first to go to trial as part of a broad federal investigation into an alleged plot in Minnesota to recruit fighters and raise money for a militant group in Somalia.
Trial of Rochester women accused of funding terrorism heads to jury
In closing arguments Monday, defense attorneys said the two women were humanitarians who raised money for a group they believed was defending their homeland. One attorney said his client started raising money before the U.S. declared al-Shabab a terrorist group. Prosecutors say that's no defense and that the women knew the group was plotting a takeover.
Wire taps may breed new mistrust between Somalis, government
Taped phone calls are prosecutors' key evidence in the trial of two Minnesota women accused of funneling money to a Somali terrorist group. Some Somalis say use of the wire taps has set back efforts to build trust between government authorities and the community.
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One of two Rochester women convicted of aiding terrorists had more than a few words for the judge and court. A federal jury found the women guilty of funneling cash to a militant group in Somalia under the guise of charity.
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