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Lodi resident Hamid Hayat was sentenced Monday to 24 years in federal prison after a jury convicted him of supporting terrorists and then lyin…

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A federal judge on Thursday rejected a new trial for a Lodi man convicted last year of training at a Pakistani terrorist camp.

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On Jan. 20, 1998, a cross was burned on the Tokay High School campus, sending shock waves throughout Lodi.

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When two Muslim religious leaders and a Lodi father and son were arrested last year during a terrorism investigation, it brought out the natio…

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Umer Hayat, who had been charged with two counts of lying about terrorism, pleaded guilty Wednesday — but not to terror-related charges. Inste…

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Jurors in Hamid Hayat’s terrorism trial spent more than a week deliberating behind closed doors, trying to convince one hold-out juror to chan…

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After nearly a year in custody and a mistrial on terror-related charges, Umer Hayat returned to his Lodi home Monday, shortly after learning t…

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The foreman who guided Hamid Hayat’s jury to a guilty verdict was racist, and he harassed the lone dissenting juror until she changed her mind…

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Residents in Lodi had hoped to set aside the suspicions that divided them in the 11 months since federal agents arrested a young man, his fath…

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Naseem Khan was a charmer. After a chance meeting in 1999 at the California gas station he managed, the Pakistani immigrant moved to the high …

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Jurors tasked with deciding whether a Lodi father and son had ties to terrorism went home for the weekend Friday afternoon without reaching verdicts.

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Hamid Hayat has a “jihadi heart and a jihadi mind,” or he simply became a means for an FBI informant to make money, attorneys told a federal j…

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Al-Qaida. Osama bin Laden. Terror camps. FBI investigation. Lodi. For 10 months, those words have frequently been used when the city of Lodi i…

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New questions arose Tuesday about the credibility of an informant in the Hayat terror case when it was revealed in court that he was recruited…

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Prospective jurors will appear Tuesday in a federal courtroom at the beginning of a Lodi terrorism trial that attorneys say could stretch near…

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More than three months after a federal judge ruled that a Lodi man may be released on $1.2 million bail while awaiting trial in a terrorism ca…

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About a dozen Lodi women gathered Saturday at a “Know Your Rights” forum, where two attorneys advised them not to talk to FBI agents without a…

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Muslims meeting with city leaders Thursday at the Carnegie Forum expressed worries about a possible backlash against their community following…

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