Two Arrested for Alleged Plot on Danish Paper
Two men from Chicago were arrested recently for allegedly plotting to attack overseas targets, including the Danish newspaper that sparked a huge controversy in 2006 by running the now-infamous cartoon of the prophet Mohammed sporting an explosive turban. –KA
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David Coleman Headley, 49, and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, 48, were arrested earlier this month.
US prosecutors say Mr Headley travelled to Denmark twice to plan an attack on the Jyllands-Posten newspaper offices.
They say he was infuriated by the paper’s publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in 2006.
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