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Topic - Jenny A. Durkan
Ms. Durkan said Mujahidh plotted with lead defendant Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif of Seattle to use grenades and machine guns to attack recruits at the Military Entrance Processing Center in a federal office complex in south Seattle.
"This defendant was a cold-hearted, enthusiastic partner in this murderous scheme. He talked at length in recorded conversations about the innocent people he planned to gun down," said U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan. "Even after his arrest, he boldly tried to justify his plot. I am thankful this plot was disrupted."