Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, seen a courtroom sketch during a hearing in a Sacramento federal court in 2016, pleaded guilty in Chicago to charges of aiding a terrorist organization after earlier arguing he was entitled to immunity because he hooked up with the kind of Syrian rebels the U.S. has backed.
Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, seen a courtroom sketch during a hearing in a Sacramento federal court in 2016, pleaded guilty in Chicago to charges of aiding a terrorist organization after earlier arguing he was entitled to immunity because he hooked up with the kind of Syrian rebels the U.S. has backed. Vicki Behringer Special to The Bee
Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, seen a courtroom sketch during a hearing in a Sacramento federal court in 2016, pleaded guilty in Chicago to charges of aiding a terrorist organization after earlier arguing he was entitled to immunity because he hooked up with the kind of Syrian rebels the U.S. has backed. Vicki Behringer Special to The Bee