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Bomb plotter gets 22-year sentence

Ahmed Ressam was stopped as he tried to enter the U.S. by ferry from Victoria.
GREG JOYCE, CP   2005-07-28 01:34:42  

Ahmed Ressam, the millennium bomb plotter caught with a trunkful of explosives as he tried to sneak into the United States from Canada in 1999, renounced terrorism yesterday but was given a 22-year sentence in U.S. District Court.

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