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Posted Sunday, December 8, 2008
Ex-terror suspect is most likely to be deported
By Washington Post

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Dec. 5 -- An immigration judge in Miami has signed off on the federal government's plan to deport the only acquitted member of the "Liberty City Seven" to his native Haiti.

Last year, a jury found Lyglenson Lemorin, 33, not guilty of taking part in a terrorist plot to blow up Chicago's Sears Tower and the Miami FBI headquarters.

After reviewing much of the same evidence presented in criminal court, immigration Judge Kenneth Hurewitz ruled that Lemorin, a legal permanent resident, may be deported because he belonged to a homegrown terrorist cell and pledged allegiance to a group he thought was al-Qaeda.

"A finding by a jury is not binding on this court in removal proceedings," Hurewitz wrote in his Nov. 20 ruling, released Friday by Lemorin's defense lawyers.
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