Mohammed Aatique

Charge Date: Wed Jun. 25, 2003
Charges:Criminal conspiracy, Firearms violations, Immigration violations, Making false statements, Plotting expedition against friendly nation
Outcome:Pleaded guilty
Convictions:Firearms violations, Funding terrorists
State:Virginia
Alleged Affiliation: None
Description:

Aatique was part of the "Virginia Jihad Network," a group of Northern Virginia men who played paintball as combat training and hoped to attend a Lashkar-e-Taiba training camp. Ali al-Timini guided the network. Aatique was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.

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