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  Posted on: Wednesday, November 7, 2018
New York Subway Pipe Bomber Convicted, Faces Life in Prison
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The 28-year-old Bangladeshi man who detonated a pipe bomb during rush hour in a subway station near the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal last year on behalf of ISIS was convicted of six counts on Tuesday, and now faces life in prison. Akayed Ullah will be sentenced April 5, 2019.



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