Another Muslim Against War.
Guilty pleas in Seattle homegrown terror plotOne of two men accused of conspiring to attack a military processing station in Seattle in June pleaded guilty to multiple charges this morning in federal court.
By Christine Clarridge
Seattle Times staff reporter
One of two men accused of conspiring to attack a military processing station in Seattle in June pleaded guilty to multiple charges this morning in federal court.
Walli Mujahidh, 32, of Los Angeles, is accused of plotting to kill U.S. military recruits in a machine-gun and grenade attack in hopes of inspiring like-minded radical Muslims in the U.S. to carry out terrorist attacks. Their target, according to federal prosecutors, was the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) on East Marginal Way South.
Mujahidh and Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif, 33, a felon and a Muslim convert, were arrested June 22.
They were named in a nine-count indictment July 7 alleging they conspired to murder officers and employees of the U.S. government, conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction (a grenade) and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence.