Terrorism Charges, Countercharges in Northern California

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In two weeks, a Muslim imam named Muhammed Adil Khan will leave Lodi in Northern California for Pakistan, rather than fighting federal immigration charges in court. Federal officials say Kahn came to this country to establish a Madrassah, the kind of Islamic school that turns out terrorists for al Qaeda. Kahn's lawyer says, if he were really a threat, he would not be allowed to go free. Meanwhile, another imam will stand trial on immigration charges in San Francisco. The two are part of a Pakistani community in Lodi that's been shaken by accusations that some young men have been taking terrorist training. We update the legal side of the story with Stephen Maganini of the Sacramento Bee and hear from community leader Taj Khan.
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Dean Baquet

LA Times article on Carroll resignation, Baquet being named editor

Breakthrough Project

Magagnini-s article on Pakistani, son linked to terror probe in Lodi

James Doohan



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