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Topic - Khalid Aldawsari
A 22-year-old Saudi national was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Texas to life in prison in his June conviction on charges of attempting to build a weapon of mass destruction.
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Later, according to the documents, Aldawsari falsely told the supplier he was associated with a university and wanted the phenol for "off-campus, personal research."
One entry describes how Aldawsari sought and obtained a particular scholarship because it allowed him to come directly to the U.S. and helped him financially, which, he said, "will help tremendously in providing me with the support I need for jihad."