Accused NYC bomb-plotter arraignment today as probe expands

September 29, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Afghan immigrant Najibullah Zazi will be making his first appearance in federal court in Brooklyn Tuesday, to face charges that he plotted to bring death and destruction to the city where he once prayed. Zazi was flown in on Friday from Denver, facing a life sentence if convicted. Zazi, 24, is expected to be denied any bail request his attorneys might make. According to the Associated Press, investigators have identified three possible accomplices and know the three people’s identities. They all are from New York City and are accused of helping Zazi make his purchases at local beauty supply stores in Aurora, Colorado to cook up a poor man’s explosive known as triacetone triperoxide, or TATP. Zazi maintains his innocence, even as officials claim they found in his possession notes on how to turn at least 18 bottles of peroxide-based hair bleach into explosives. Zazi’s father and imam face charges for lying to investigators.


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