Saturday, September 01, 2007

Goose Creek Indictments

Some good news on the Terror Front, from

A federal grand jury in Tampa indicted two University of South
Florida students, arrested last month during a traffic stop in Goose Creek, on
charges of transporting explosives without a permit, according to a copy of the
indictment unsealed Friday.
One of the men also is charged with distributing
information about building and using an explosive device...
Ahmed Mohamed and
Youssef Megahed face a maximum of 10 years in prison if convicted of
transporting explosives. Mohamed also faces a possible 20 years in prison if
convicted of distributing information about explosives.

Michelle Malkin has more and a link to the indictment. Dan Riehl has some questions about the terror suspects' landlord.