That was awkward.
The bombing created a huge political opportunity, which Clinton quickly seized.
That's what Ahmad Wais Afzali, who was convicted of lying to police and informing would-be terrorist Najibullah Zazi that he was being monitored, had to say about his role in the foiled Queens terror plot.
We're not completely clear on why, though.
The goal was to detonate two suicide bombs during rush hour.
Why aren't we calling them what they seem so obviously to be?
The suicide bombers were female, but it is unknown for whom, or what, they were acting.
Eric Holder is being left out of this one.
Sharif Mobley also worked at nuclear power plants. Great.
Turns out the one Pakistanis captured isn't the one we were told it was.
The California native was indicted on charges of treason in 2006.
Former Queens resident characterizes plot as "martyrdom operation."
After providing key information to the feds, of course.
Throughout her trial, Aafia Siddiqui seemed out of control and even crazy — until she took the stand.
What level of sophistication will be involved, however, is unclear.
The White House has ordered Attorney General Eric Holder to consider holding the trials outside of New York.
His measure would block the usage of Justice Department funds for civilian trials for Guantánamo detainees.