US v. Mustafa, Kamel Mustafa
[SDNY] Kamel Mustafa (a.k.a Abu Hamza al-Masri), was extradited from the U.K. to the U.S. on charges he conspired to support Al Qaeda by trying to set up a terrorist training camp in 1999 in Bly, Oregon. He is also accused of helping abduct two American tourists and 14 others in Yemen in 1998. Hamza was convicted on 11 terrorism charges that included charges based on participation in hostage-taking in Yemen, support for the establishment of a terrorist training camp in the United States, and the facilitation of violent jihad in Afghanistan. In January 2015, Hamza was sentenced to life imprisonment. Mustafa is appealing against his conviction. Court papers filed in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals state that militants called Hamza four days prior to 9/11 warning, "Something very big will happen very soon." The filings also said that Hamza acted as an agent for MI5 and Special Branch under the code name "Damson Berry."
- Second Circuit Letter Re: Brief for U.S.
- Second Circuit Brief for the U.S.
- Second Circuit Notice of Client Submission
- Prosecution Sentencing Memorandum
- Defense Sentencing Memorandum
- Sentencing Press Release
- Conviction Press Release
- Superseding Indictment
- Second Superseding Indictment
- Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Government's Motion
- Government's Motion to Offer Testimony of Witness Via Closed-Circuit Televsion During Trial
- Government Memorandum in Opposition
- Government Letter to Mustafa Kamel Mustafa
- Exhibit 6--Safe Passage Letter
- Exhibit 5--Safe Passage Letter
- Exhibit 4--Safe Passage Letter
- Exhbit 3--Safe Passage Letter in Yousef Case
- Exhbit 2--Testimony of Saajid Badat
- Exhibit 1--Transcript of Proceedings in Central Criminal Court, London
- Affidavit Declaration of Ian McGinley
- Order Denying Defendant's Motion to Dismiss Indictment