Clara Jeffrey

Co-Editor of Mother Jones magazine

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Co-Editor of Mother Jones magazine; former Senior Editor of Harper's magazine

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Jurors reached a verdict today in the trial of Jose Padilla, who was charged along with two co-defendants with supporting al Qaeda and other violent Islamic extremist groups overseas.

Jury Reaches Verdict in Jose Padilla Case

Jurors reached a verdict today in the trial of Jose Padilla, who was charged along with two co-defendants with supporting al Qaeda and other violent Islamic extremist groups overseas.

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