Following up on yesterday's post about Naseem Khan, the FBI informant who is pivotal to the government's terrorism case against the Lodi Losers, Hamid and Umer Hayat, the SacBee reports yesterday was a tough day for Khan.
Tough, yes, but it reads to me like he stood his ground enough to keep the case solid. Defense attorneys always attack paid informants; it's usually not enough.
"Thank you for the "Voice of the Victims films. The students really liked them, and it means so much to them to hear real stories and not watch a cheesy drama like so many other videos."
— High school teacher.