Dirty Entanglements: The Evolution of Organized Crime and Terrorism

@inproceedings{Shelley2014DirtyET,
  title={Dirty Entanglements: The Evolution of Organized Crime and Terrorism},
  author={Louise I. Shelley},
  year={2014}
}
A controversy arose at the sentencing of Jose Padilla, who was convicted in 2007 of diverse offenses, including conspiracy to murder, kidnap, and maim and providing material support for terrorism. Arrested in 2002, after landing in Chicago on a flight from Pakistan, he was first accused of being a suicide bomber. He spent three years in detention as an enemy combatant and eventually came to trial, five years after his original arrest. Padilla was accused of being trained by al-Qaeda after… Expand
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