A preliminary hearing for accused Chicago bomb plotter Adel Daoud was delayed until Thursday after his attorney was granted more time to review the case. Daoud's attorney, Thomas Durkin, told reporters that he is "suspicious" of the charges against his 18-year-old client, whom he described as
Suspect, 18, accused of planting a dud-bomb provided by undercover FBI agents.
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The FBI has yet to name the Chicago bar that an 18-year-old suburban teen was allegedly trying to blow up with a car bomb, but one bar owner says his establishment was the target. Mike Feirstein, the co-owner of Cal's Bar and Liquors, told ABC News Monday that about 15 undercover agents wearing
We move on tonight here to that alleged home grown terror plot. An 18-year-old accused of trying to detonate a car bomb in the middle of chicago. Police say he actually pulled the trigger, but he'd been setup. Here's abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas tonight. Reporter: The target,
18-year-old from the suburbs from the chicago, who police said stood out of a crowded bar a trigger. Abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas has the latest this morning from washington. Pierre, what do we know. The fbi said that the suspect had deadly intentions. He pararayed would as often
An 18-year-old man was arrested by undercover FBI agents after he allegedly tried to detonate what he believed to be a car bomb outside a bar in downtown Chicago, prosecutors said today. Adel Daoud, a U.S. citizen from Hillside, Ill., was taken into custody Friday evening after he allegedly tried