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French citizen and Al-Qaeda operative, pleaded guilty to terrorism conspiracy charges in for playing a key role in planning the September 11 attacks by helping the hijackers obtain flight lessons, money and material used in the attacks.

Convicted in of terrorism conspiracy and other charges in connection with the World Trade Center bombing , which killed 6 people and injured more than Yousef was also convicted in of planning Project Bojinka , a foiled plot conceived by senior Al-Qaeda member Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to bomb twelve planes in a hour period. Egyptian cleric and former associate of deceased Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden ; extradited from the UK in ; convicted in of masterminding the kidnapping of Westerners in Yemen and conspiring to establish a terrorist training camp in Oregon in Serving 3 life sentences plus years.

British national who became an Al-Qaeda operative; pleaded guilty in to attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction in connection with his attempt to detonate explosive devices hidden in his shoes on a plane traveling from Paris to Miami; known as the "Shoe Bomber.

Serving 4 life sentences plus 50 years. A Nigerian national and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula operative, follower of the late militant cleric Anwar al-Awlaki ; pleaded guilty in to attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction for trying to detonate an explosive sewn into his underwear on Northwest Airlines Flight on Christmas Day ; known as the "Underwear Bomber.

Ethnic Albanian ; convicted in of conspiracy to murder members of the U. Serving a year sentence; scheduled for release on December 16, Algerian national convicted in of terrorism conspiracy for planning to bomb Los Angeles International Airport on December 31, , in what is known as one of the millennium attack plots.

Serving a year sentence under the name Juvenal Ovidio Palmera Pineda; scheduled for release on April 10, State Department list of Terrorist Organizations ; convicted in of terrorism conspiracy for his involvement in the kidnapping of three American military contractors. Al-Qaeda operative; convicted in of plotting to conduct coordinated suicide bombings in the New York City subway system in September ; co-conspirators Najibullah Zazi and Zarein Ahmedzay pleaded guilty.

Al-Qaeda spokesman and son-in-law to Osama Bin Laden. Convicted in March for conspiring to kill Americans and providing material support to terrorists.

Al-Qaeda co-founder and advisor to Osama Bin Laden. Extradited in for participating in the U. Embassy bombings and sentenced to life in prison for attempted murder during an escape attempt in Sentenced to death on June 24, Participant in the Boston Marathon bombing ; Dzhokhar planted a pressure cooker bomb at the direction of his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev near the finish line, which killed 3 people and injured over Ahmed Omar Abu Ali.

Al-Qaeda operative; convicted in of plotting to assassinate U. Federal prosecutors based their case on a confession Abu Ali provided to Saudi Arabian intelligence officials, which Abu Ali claimed was extracted by torture. Known as the Unabomber ; pleaded guilty in to building, transporting, and mailing explosives to carry out 16 bombings from to in a mail bombing campaign targeting those involved with modern technology, which killed 3 people and injured 23 others.

Serving consecutive life sentences. Co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building , which killed people. Timothy McVeigh , who planned and carried out the bombing was executed in Indiana in Serving a year sentence; scheduled for release on December 25, Al-Qaeda operative and one of the first U. Serving 4 consecutive life sentences. Member of the Christian extremist group Army of God ; pleaded guilty in to carrying out four bombings between and , including the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta; 3 people were killed during the bombing spree.

Tehrik-i-Taliban operative; pleaded guilty to attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and other charges in connection with the Times Square car bombing attempt ; received explosives training in from the terrorist organization Tehrik-i-Taliban in Pakistan. Serving 2 life sentences plus 60 years. Army private who refused to deploy to Afghanistan and went AWOL ; convicted in of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction for plotting to detonate a bomb at a restaurant near Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, when it was filled with soldiers in Serving a year sentence; scheduled for release on August 24, Pleaded guilty in to causing blackouts in Wisconsin by damaging power substations and utility facilities, as well as storing potassium cyanide and sodium cyanide in the Chicago subway system ; also known as "Dr.

Serving a year sentence; scheduled for release on September 11, Former engineer for the U. Department of Defense and principal designer of the B-2 stealth bomber ; convicted in of using classified information to assist the People's Republic of China in producing cruise missiles with stealth technology. Serving 15 consecutive life sentences. Former senior FBI agent assigned to counterintelligence ; pleaded guilty in to espionage for passing classified information to the Soviet Union and later to Russia over a year period, which was regarded as the worst intelligence disaster in U.

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