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DELETES REFERENCE TO GADEIR ABBAS ASSOCIATION TO THE COUNCIL ON AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS - FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2013, file photo, Gulet Mohamed, left, leaves the federal court in Alexandria, Va. with his attorney, Gadeir Abbas, after a hearing challenging his placement on the government's no fly list. The FBI on Jan. 29, 2015, added Liban Haji Mohamed, a former taxi driver from northern Virginia to its list of most wanted terrorists, saying he was a recruiter for the al-Shabab terror group in Somalia. An arrest warrant, originally issued in February, was unsealed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria for Liban Haji Mohamed, 29, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Somalia. The family denies that Mohamed committed any wrongdoing and suspects he went into hiding to avoid constant harassment from the FBI. "Al-Shabab has killed Liban’s uncle and imprisoned his cousins," said Abbas, who for years has represented Mohamed’s brother in a civil-rights suit against the government. "His family believes the allegations have no basis in fact." (AP Photo/Matthew Barakat, File)
Judge expresses doubt about constitutionality of no-fly listJudge expresses doubt on no-fly list; lawyer expresses doubt about use of most-wanted list
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FILE - In this Nov. 15, 2012, file photo, Pedro Hernandez, right, appears in Manhattan criminal court with his attorney, Harvey Fishbein, in New York. Hernandez confessed in 2012 to killing the long-missing New York City boy, Etan Patz but Hernandez’s defense maintains his confessions are the false imaginings of a man who has an IQ in the lowest 2 percent of the population and has problems discerning reality from fiction. Fishbein - who has handled other murder cases involving psychiatric issues - and the prosecution differ on the extent and implications of Hernandez’s mental problems. Opening statements in Hernandez's trial are set for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano, Pool, File)
Murder trial begins 35 years after 6-year-old vanished in NYMentally ill man's murder trial begins 35 years after 6-year-old boy vanished in NY
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Gary Thompson, left,  is escorted to his initial hearing at the City-County Building, Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 in Indianapolis.  Thompson is the fourth person to be charged in the Nov. 10, 2012, blast that killed Dion Longworth, 34, and his wife, Jennifer Longworth, 36.  Thompson, 44, faces two counts of murder, one count of conspiracy to commit arson and 46 arson counts.   (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Kelly Wilkinson)  NO SALES
Prosecutor: Investigators eyed 4th Indy house blast suspectProsecutor: 4th Indianapolis house explosion suspect was considered before co-defendant talked
The Associated Press40 minutes ago
FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2014, file photo, Chase Merritt sits in court during his pre-preliminary hearing in Victorville Court in Victorville, Calif. Merritt was arrested and charged with killing his business associate, Joseph McStay, McStay's wife and their two sons , Summer, and their two sons in Fallbrook, Calif. More than a dozen media outlets are asking a California judge to unseal search warrants and other documents related to the murders of a family of four whose bodies were found in shallow desert graves. News organizations including The Associated Press argue that San Bernardino County authorities can’t keep the documents sealed because the case is now a prosecution and not an investigation. (AP Photo/Daily Press, James Quigg, File)
Man charged in California family's deaths will be own lawyerMan charged with killing California family whose bodies found in desert will represent himself
The Associated Press40 minutes ago
This Nov. 19, 2014 photo shows members of the Unite-HERE casino workers union marching in front of the Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, N.,J. to protest benefit cuts a bankruptcy court judge imposed on Taj workers. On Friday Jan. 30, 2015, Carl Icahn, who is taking over the casino, said the cuts are "an essential sacrifice" workers need to make in order to keep their jobs, and the National Labor Relations Board urged an appeals court judge to restore the benefits. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Billionaire: Taj Mahal benefit cuts an 'essential sacrifice'Billionaire to Taj Mahal casino workers: Benefit cuts are 'essential sacrifice' they must make
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