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.
Prosecutors in Chicago are expected to finish up their questioning of terrorist David Headley Wednesday afternoon. Then Tahawwur Rana's defense attorneys will get a chance to cross examine the government's star witness.
Jury selection gets under way Monday in the trial of a Chicago man accused of helping plan terrorist attacks in India and Denmark.Federal prosecutors say Tahawwur Rana ran an immigration services company on Devon Avenue on Chicago's far North Side.