Judge Weighs Detroit Terrorism-Case Appeals A Detroit judge considers whether to overturn the guilty verdicts against three Muslim immigrants in Detroit. Two were convicted of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists. A third was found guilty of possessing false documents. The prosecutor is accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defense. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.
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A Detroit judge considers whether to overturn the guilty verdicts against three Muslim immigrants in Detroit. Two were convicted of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists. A third was found guilty of possessing false documents. The prosecutor is accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defense. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.