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April 30, 2014

Attorneys for Lodi man seek to overturn his terrorism conviction

Attorneys for Hamid Hayat, a Lodi-area man convicted on terrorism charges in 2006, have launched a new effort to free him, claiming new evidence shows it would have been impossible for him to have received terrorist training at a camp in Pakistan as the federal government contended

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