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Salah's Day Job

For the past two months Muhammad Salah has commuted most days from southwest suburban Bridgeview to a courtroom in downtown Chicago, where he's on trial for supporting terrorism abroad. For eight hours a day, he sits in federal courtroom 124.

But Salah has a life outside the trial and part of that is trying to earn a living.

Chicago Public Radio's Rob Wildeboer reports.

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