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USA v. Mohamed, Zameer Nooralla
Los Angeles, LA

Homegrown

[CDCA] On April 23, 2004, Zameer Nooralla Mohamed telephoned the Department of Homeland Security from a hotel room in Calgary, Canada, and made a phony bomb threat, claiming that four of his acquaintances were terrorists involved in a plot to bomb several shopping malls near a federal building in Los Angeles, CA. Mohamed was sentenced to five years in prison. He is appealing his sentence.

Mohamed is a native and citizen of Tanzania. He entered the United States on a tourist visa in 1999. He overstayed his visa and spent four years living and working in Los Angeles, Houston, and Detroit.

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