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Topic - Aaron Mysliwiec
The top charge has been dropped against two men accused of plotting to blow up synagogues in New York, authorities said Wednesday.
The top terrorism charge brought last month under a rarely used state law against two New York City men in an alleged bomb plot has been dropped, authorities said Wednesday.
"The charges have dropped a significant level in this case," Mr. Mamdouh's attorney, Aaron Mysliwiec, said in court.
"The charges have dropped a significant level in this case," Mr. Mamdouh's lawyer, Aaron Mysliwiec, said in court.