Zazi cut short a five-day trip and flew back to Denver on Sept. 12. He was arrested a week later and initially charged along with his father and the imam with lying to investigators.
A letter filed by Brooklyn prosecutors last week argued that Zazi should be jailed indefinitely because, as an immigrant with ties to Pakistan, he could flee, and because he “poses a significant danger” to the community.
Evidence gathered — including bomb-making instructions found on his laptop computer — shows “Zazi remained committed to detonating an explosive device” until he was arrested, the letter said.
Zazi’s next court date has been set for Dec. 3.
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