Terror Financing

  Posted on: Monday, June 4, 2018
Man agrees to 15-year term for plotting San Francisco attack
AP

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A man who told undercover agents that he wanted to carry out a Christmas Day bombing and shooting attack at a popular San Francisco tourist attraction will receive a 15-year sentence after pleading guilty Monday in a federal case.



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Financing:
6/28/18   Pakistan says it will be placed back on financial watch list
6/4/18   Man agrees to 15-year term for plotting San Francisco attack
6/4/18   UK teen convicted of museum attack plot with mother, sister
5/18/18   U.S., Gulf allies impose sanctions on Hezbollah’s top leaders
5/16/18   Three Florida Men Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIS
5/15/18   US intensifies pressure on Iran, sanctioning central banker
5/8/18   Prevent Terrorists Profiting from Cross-Border Crime, Urges UN Security Council
5/1/18   Bergen County, New Jersey, Man Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison For Conspiracy To Provide Material Support To ISIS
4/22/18   Prosecutors say terror suspect doesn’t qualify for immunity
4/12/18   Ohio brothers admit to giving money to al-Qaida leader
4/12/18   Three men with Ohio ties plead guilty to involvement in providing money to al-Qaida
4/11/18   3 accused of raising money for al-Qaida set to change pleas
4/4/18   7 jailed in Serbia for sending fighters to Syria
3/30/18   Maryland Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Supporting ISIS, Receiving Money for Terror Attack
3/23/18   Prosecutors: Uzbek native used codes to hide terror payment
2/23/18   Officer convicted at terrorism trial faces decades in prison
2/20/18   Police officer convicted in terrorism case regrets behavior
2/9/18   West Palm Beach, Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIS
1/30/18   3rd man set for guilty plea in Florida terror sting case
1/29/18   Treasury Department sanctions six individuals for providing support to terrorist groups
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