Virginia Men Guilty in Terror Case

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The judge in a Virginia federal terrorism trial finds three Muslim men guilty of conspiracy to support terrorists, in association with a Pakistani group. Prosecutors said the men used paintball games and other exercises as military training. The men had waived a jury trial. Sentencing is scheduled for June. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Libby Lewis.



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