OMER ABDI MOHAMED PLEADED NOT GUILTY
A Minnesota man, Omer Abdi Mohamed, 24, has pleaded, on Tuesday 11/24/3009, not guilty to terror-related charges, involving al-Shabab in Somalia, in connection with the disappearances of as many as 20 young men, the Minneapolis Network, who left the Twin Cities to fight with terrorists in Somalia.
Omer Abdi Mohamed entered his plea Tuesday during an arraignment in USA District Court in Minneapolis. He is among 18 men charged in the long-running federal investigation .
Omer Abdi Mohamed was indicted last week on counts of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, providing material support to terrorists and conspiracy to kill, kidnap, maim or injure.
Eventually, on Tuesday 07/19/2011, Omer Abdi Mohamed pleaded guilty to helping recruit young Somali-American men from the northern U.S. state of Minnesota to return to their homeland in an effort to overthrow the Somali government. Omer Abdi Mohamed is one of six people of Somali descent to plead guilty in Minnesota as part of a wide federal investigation.
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