Updated: Thursday, September 18 2014
Rochester, N.Y. – A man living in Rochester, accused of recruiting for the terrorist organization, ISIS, was in court Thursday. Mufid Elfgeeh pleaded not guilty to all seven charges.
Elfgeeh was born in Yemen, but is a naturalized U.S. citizen. He owned Mojoe’s Pizza Shop on North Clinton Avenue. The 30-year-old was arrested in May, accused of trying to buy weapons to use against police officers and U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq. Elfgeeh allegedly gave one FBI informant $1,050 in cash to purchase two handguns equipped with silencers and ammunition.
The indictment unveiled on Tuesday alleges Elfgeeh used two separate Twitter accounts to seek funding for terrorists in Syria. Prosecutors said Elfgeeh also expressed support for ISIS and violent Jihad. Elfgeeh appears to be the first person in the U.S. to be accused of recruiting for the Islamic State.
Elfgeeh allegedly sent money to help…
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A federal appeals court will not reconsider a unanimous February ruling upholding the actions of a principal in a Northern California high school who ordered students wearing American flag shirts inside out during a 2010 Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Live Oak High School in the San Jose suburb of Morgan Hill had a prior history of problems between white and Latino students.
Parents and a few lawmakers had argued that the actions violated the students’ Constitutional right to free speech.
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