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Topic - Robert N. Scola Jr.
New charges are likely for two Pakistani-born brothers charged with plotting to detonate bombs at New York City landmarks after they were accused of assaulting two deputy U.S. marshals, a federal prosecutor said Friday.
Two brothers awaiting trial in South Florida on charges of plotting a terrorist attack in New York City are being accused of assaulting two deputy U.S. marshals.
A Florida federal judge has dismissed terrorism support and conspiracy charges against a Muslim cleric accused along with his father of funneling cash to the Pakistani Taliban.
"It seems like the November trial date is not realistic anymore," Scola said.
U.S. District Judge Robert Scola issued an order Wednesday setting a May 9 hearing that says the incident happened at a secure facility where defendants and their lawyers can examine classified evidence.