BOSTON – A Massachusetts man accused in a terror plot to shoot shoppers at U.S. malls, assassinate two politicians and kill American troops in Iraq has been denied bail.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday against granting bail for Tarek Mehanna (TEH'-rek meh-HAH'-nah).
He has been held without bail since October 2009 on charges that include conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, al-Qaida.
Mehanna's lawyer had asked that he be released on bail while he awaits trial, arguing that the case against him is "paper thin" and based on anti-American statements he made in instant messages protected by the First Amendment.
Prosecutors say Mehanna is a flight risk. They say Mehanna and two other men never came close to pulling off an attack but unsuccessfully sought training at terrorist camps in the Middle East.
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