U.S. Wants Detroit Terror Convictions Tossed The Justice Department asks a federal judge to throw out convictions against a suspected terrorist cell in Detroit, citing prosecutorial misconduct. The case had once been hailed as a significant victory in the fight against terror. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.
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U.S. Wants Detroit Terror Convictions Tossed

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U.S. Wants Detroit Terror Convictions Tossed

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The Justice Department asks a federal judge to throw out convictions against a suspected terrorist cell in Detroit, citing prosecutorial misconduct. The case had once been hailed as a significant victory in the fight against terror. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.