This undated mid 1990's passport photo courtesy of Marsela Glina shows Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar. Italian judges issued a first batch of warrants in June 2005 for 13 Americans accused of abducting Nasr on a Milan street on February 17, 2003. Another court in late July 2005 issued another six warrants for a group the prosecution claims planned the abduction.
This undated mid 1990's passport photo courtesy of Marsela Glina shows Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar. Italian judges issued a first batch of warrants in June 2005 for 13 Americans accused of abducting Nasr on a Milan street on February 17, 2003. Another court in late July 2005 issued another six warrants for a group the prosecution claims planned the abduction. Chicago Tribune/KRT
This undated mid 1990's passport photo courtesy of Marsela Glina shows Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar. Italian judges issued a first batch of warrants in June 2005 for 13 Americans accused of abducting Nasr on a Milan street on February 17, 2003. Another court in late July 2005 issued another six warrants for a group the prosecution claims planned the abduction. Chicago Tribune/KRT

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