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Marylanders charged with terrorism-related crimes

Marylanders charged with terrorism-related crimes

At least seven Marylanders have been charged with terrorism-related crimes in recent years:

Maalik Alim Jones, formerly of Windsor Mill, was indicted on charges of supporting and receiving military training from an African terrorist group connected with al-Qaida. The 31-year-old pleaded not guilty Wednesday and his lawyer said he will fight the charges. Jones, a U.S. citizen, left Baltimore in 2011 and traveled to Somalia, where he was taken to an al-Shabab training camp, according to the indictment. He allegedly took part in a battle in the Somali town of...

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