Public service has its price.
Three years ago, U.S. District
Judge Jack Zouhary learned how steep that price can be. A suspected terrorist
in Ohio put out a contract on the judge's life.
The Justice Department said the murder plot took shape inside the county jail in Toledo, Ohio, in the spring of 2016. Yahya Farooq Mohammad was in custody awaiting trial before Zouhary on federal charges of supporting terrorism.
Authorities said Mohammad raised $22,000 to underwrite anti-American attacks by Anwar-al-Awlaki, an American-born Al Qaeda leader . . .
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