Jay Weaver

Federal Courts Reporter, Miami Herald

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Jose Padilla once was accused of plotting with al-Qaeda to blow up a radioactive "dirty bomb" in the US.

Jose Padilla Gets 17 Years in Prison

Jose Padilla once was accused of plotting with al-Qaeda to blow up a radioactive "dirty bomb" in the US.

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