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story.lead_photo.caption Abdulhakim Muhammad, shown here in a July 7 file photo, is scheduled to appear before Pulaski County Circuit Judge Herb Wright for a hearing today. - Photo by AP / Danny Johnston

Federal prosecutors are expected to clash today with attorneys for Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad over defense efforts to find out what the FBI knows about his activities leading up to the June 2009 slaying at a Little Rock recruiting center.

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Arkansas, Pages 7 on 12/21/2010

Print Headline: Muhammad grabs for FBI files

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  • HopefulN2012
    December 21, 2010 at 7:47 a.m.

    Mr. Ferguson, who is paying you for your time? I mean, if you keep dragging out the trial of a man whose guilt in the crime(s) is backed up by a confession, then who will foot the bill?
    Mohammed deserves a speedy trial followed by a speedy execution.
    Your pleas for dismissal and fairness, in the name of justice, will keep this man alve for years, punishing the true victims (the families and our country). Do you believe that an acquittal in the trial of this suspect, whose innocense would be laughable if it weren't so unthinkable and whose guilt is undeniable, justice?.
    There's some things that a rat just won't do.

  • TuckerMax
    December 21, 2010 at 1:34 p.m.

    So, how would the FBI have anything helpful to the defense? Were they tailing him and watched him do it? No, or they would have arrested him. It is a farce to think that he can claim the feds should try him only for murder and the state can't. Both can. LRPD got him first, so LRPD gets its case to go first. The federal government does not have exclusive jurisdiction over murder because it is presumptively a state crime first and foremost. End of argument. Next case....

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