A jury has acquitted a Chicago man of helping plan the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India that claimed at least 164 lives. But his attorneys are vowing to fight the two counts on which he was found guilty, including helping a terrorist organization.
A jury on Wednesday begins to consider the fate of a Chicago businessman accused of helping plot the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India.The trial of Tahawwur Rana has drawn an unusually diverse sampling of international media outlets to the federal courthouse in downtown Chicago.
Attorneys delivered their closing arguments yesterday in Chicago’s most significant terrorism trial to date. Federal authorities accuse Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana of aiding his longtime friend and admitted terrorist, David Headley, in the plotting of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Jurors are scheduled to begin deliberating Wednesday in the trial of a Chicago man accused of helping terrorists.When the jurors start deliberating, they'll be asking what Tahawwur Rana knew. Did he know he was supporting a terrorist group in Pakistan?