On the eve of his first major speech about national security policy, the first new major terrorist case of Barack Obama's administration is foiled. The arrested men claim to have a connection to Jaish-e-Mohammed, the Pakistani terror group that has focused mainly on attacks against India and operates mainly in Kashmir. The FBI has been on the case for a year; the suspects seem like serious bad guys. Read the criminal complaint here:
Arrests.pdf

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