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WBEZ's Tony Arnold discusses the Tahawwur Rana verdict

The jury has delivered a split verdict in the terrorism trial of Tahawwur Rana. On Thursday, a jury found Rana guilty on two counts: aiding a Pakistan-based terrorist group and plotting an attack on a Danish newspaper. But they acquitted the Chicago businessman on the third and most serious: helping to plan the 2008 attacks in Mumbai India, which claimed at least 164 lives.

WBEZ’s Tony Arnold was there for the verdict and spoke to Eight Forty-Eight's about the decision.

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