(AP Photo/Mel Evans, File). FILE-In this file image from Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the man implicated of setting off bombs in New Jersey and New York in September is led into court in Elizabeth
, N.J. Prosecutors stated the case versus Ra … A jury that states it’s close to a verdict will resume pondering the fate of a man charged with triggering a bomb in Manhattan in 2015
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More > > New York City (AP) – A jury that states it is close to a decision is set to resume pondering the fate of a man accuseded of setting off a bomb in Manhattan last year that hurt 30 people.Jurors will go back to work Monday early morning in the trial of 29-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi, of Elizabeth, New Jersey. They told Judge Richard M. Berman late Friday that they were close to an agreement before going home.The Afghanistan-born Rahimi is accuseded of setting off a bomb in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood on Sept. 17, 2016, that hurt 30 individuals and planting another bomb four obstructs away that did not go off. Prosecutors stated a pipeline bomb he positioned along a charity race in Beach Park, New Jersey, was part of his strategy to kill Americans with weapons of mass damage. The New Jersey bomb did not injure anyone, in part since the race was postponed by late entrants.Rahimi pleaded innocent after his arrest 2 days after the September 2016 attacks following a shootout with cops in New Jersey that left him hospitalized for weeks. He has been held without bail given that his arrest.Sabrina Shroff, one of his defense lawyers, has actually informed jurors that he must be acquitted of at least three of the 8 charges against him. If he is not, he could face a mandatory sentence of life in prison.Prosecutors said Rahimi was inspired by the Islamic State group and al-Qaida to prepare the bombings after he started following terrorist propaganda in 2012. Jurors were revealed lots of videos that captured Rahimi walking the streets of Manhattan to where each of the bombs was placed. Prosecutors stated he paused 3 times along the way due to the fact that the bombs consisted of timers and he
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