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Mistrial Declared in Terrorism-Funding Case

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Mistrial Declared in Terrorism-Funding Case

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Mistrial Declared in Terrorism-Funding Case

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A judge declared a mistrial Monday for five of six defendants in a major terrorism-financing case. The U.S. government has accused a Muslim charity, the Holy Land Foundation, of funneling money to the Palestinian group Hamas. Greg Krikorian, who is covering the trial for the Los Angeles Times, discusses the case with Madeleine Brand.

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