RALEIGH, N.C. — A 20-year-old U.S. citizen who traveled to Pakistan in 2008 "to engage in violent jihad" has been named as the eighth suspect in a North Carolina terrorism case, according to court documents released Monday.
Mohammad's uncle, Evan Risueno, scoffed at the accusations. "I think it's ridiculous," said Risueno, who helped raise Mohammad. "He's not that kind of kid."The indictment alleges that Daniel Boyd, 39, bought guns and led the group of men — all but one of them U.S. citizens — who were planning to kidnap, kill and maim people in other countries. The indictment also names two of Boyd's sons — Zakariya, 20, and Dylan, 22. The rest of the men were arrested last week and are scheduled to appear Tuesday in federal court for a detention hearing. Their family members have said the accusations are unfounded.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009, 8th Terror Suspect Sought in North Carolina Suicide Bomber Crew is Jude Kenan Mohammad Exposed By Private Investigator Bill Warner.
NORTH CAROLINA JIHADI, JUDE KENAN MOHAMMAD, ARRESTED IN PAKI LAND TO JOIN THE TALIBAN, DID SAMIR KAHN'S NORTH CAROLINA TERROR WEBSITE INFLUENCE JUDE ?
A U.S. official confirmed to FOX News that the name of the 20-year-old being held in Pakistan is Jude Kenan Mohammad, not Juddi Kenan, as previously reported. Officials told FOX News that Mohammad is part of an ongoing FBI investigation that has resulted in Monday, July 27, 2009.
The Seven Charged with Terrorism Violations in Charlotte Raleigh North Carolina are, Daniel Patrick Boyd, Hysen Sherifi, Anes Subasic, Zakariya Boyd, Dylan Boyd, Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan, Ziyad Yaghi, FBI Press Release.
Oct.15 2008 : The mother of a 20-year-old American Florida Community College student, Jude Kenan Mohammad, detained by Pakistani officials in the tribal region along the Afghanistan border, told FOX News that her son's incarceration is a case of "misunderstanding."What radical jihad website located in Charlotte North Carolina could have provoked Jude Kenan Mohammad to make the trip to North Waziristan ?
The Pro Al-Qaeda Web site Run by a Charlotte Man Samir Khan, as per Cyber Vigilante Bill Warner.