USA v. Cromitie, James, et al.
[SDNY] James Cromitie (a/k/a Abdul Rahman) and three other defendants were arrested on charges arising from a plot to detonate explosives near a synagogue in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, NY, and to shoot military planes located at the New York Air National Guard Base at Stewart Airport in Newburgh, NY, with Stinger surface-to-air guided missiles. A federal jury in Manhattan found the four men guilty of the charges. In May 2011, a federal judge upheld the jury's convictions.
- James Cromitie Second Circuit Court Order Mandate (January 22, 2014)
- James Cromitie SCOTUS Appellate Writ (April 16, 2014)
- James Cromitie SCOTUS Appeal Summary
- DOJ Sentencing Press Release
- Government's Sentencing Memorandum
- Decision and Order Denying Defendants' Post-Trial Motions
- US v. Cromitie, et al. Audio and Video Exhibits
- Transcripts (Admitted 08-31-10)
- Transcripts (Admitted 08-30-10)
- DOJ Press Release on Verdict
- DOJ Press Release