Courts & Crime

December 13, 2010

Lawyer for accused Hezbollah cell leader says 155-year sentence unfair

Mohamad Hammoud has spent 10 years behind bars for conspiring to aid Middle Eastern terrorists. The 37-year-old suspected leader of a Hezbollah cell in Charlotte, N.C., has 145 years left on his sentence. But Hammoud is fighting to get out of prison now.

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