Terrorist in New York City Bombing Plot Released
National Terror Alert - Homeland Security News - February 26, 2009
A Black September terrorist who served only about half his 30-year sentence for planting three car bombs in New York City in 1973 was deported Thursday, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.
It was unclear which country had agreed to accept the 63-year-old Khalid Al-Jawary. The official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the deportation, didnt immediately know where Al-Jawary was going.
Al-Jawary was convicted in federal court of placing the bombs in 1973 that could have killed and injured hundreds if they had detonated. They were timed to coincide with the arrival of then-Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Al-Jawary was captured in 1991 and sentenced in 1993 to 30 years but received credit for good behavior and time served.
He was released last week from the Supermax maximum-security prison in Florence, Colo., and was held by immigration officials in Denver until his deportation.
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