Trial begins in case of 'Newburgh four'

August 23, 2010

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Trial begins in case of 'Newburgh four'
Trial begins in case of 'Newburgh four'

In a New York courtroom, four men stand trail on terrorism charges in a convoluted plot to bomb two New York City synagogues and use anti-aircraft missiles to shoot down military aircraft departing an Air National Guard base.

Each has pleaded not guilty. They claim they were entrapped by a federal informant who they maintain was the person who actually orchestrated the plot.

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