‘Subway Bomber’ sentenced to life in prison

In 2017, Akayed Ullah strapped a homemade bomb to his chest and detonated it in a crowded New York City subway passage. The bomb partially malfunctioned, but he was seriously injured.
0:21 | 04/22/21

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Tonight the failed subway bomber has been sentenced to life in prison here in New York a period love struck and homemade bomb to his chest. Just before Christmas and 2070 in the explosive detonating in that crowded passageway under Times Square the Bob mail functioning leaving him seriously injured. Prosecutors say he was inspired by ices that judge calling it a truly barbaric and heinous crime.

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