USA v. Rashid, Haroon, et al.
Al Qaeda, Taliban, Jaish-e-Mohammad
[DCO] On March 26, 2003, Haroon Rashid, Irfam Kamran, Sajjad Nasser, Chris Marie Warren, Abdul Qayyum, and Saima Saima were charged in the District of Colorado with making various false statements in order to obtain a visa permitting Imran Khan, Qayyum's nephew, to immigrate to the United States and otherwise cover up his illegal presence in the United States. Kamran and Nasser allegedly said to a cooperating source that they supported the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, jihad and were awaiting a signal that would cause them to harm U.S. interests. Nasser attended a terrorist training camp sponsored by the Jaish-e-Mohammad (Army of Muhammad) on the Pakistan/Afghanistan border in August 2001.