edmonton man appeals extradition to u.s. to face terrorism charges - the jewelry store
A Edmonton man has been extradited on terrorism charges in the United States.
Abdullahi Ahmad Abdullahi, 34, is charged in the United States. S.
Conspiracy to provide and provide material support to terrorists engaged in violence in Syria.
On May 2018, he was extradited by Queen's Court judge John littlele.
The three judges of the Alberta appeals court listened to his appeal on Wednesday and retained their decision.
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Abdullahi allegedly colluded with Douglas McCain, the first American to fight for the Islamic State, and others in the United States. S. and Canada.
Abdullahi, known as Phish or Fish, was indicted in California on March 2017 and arrested by Canadian authorities on September 2017. The U. S.
According to the indictment, abdul Rahi colluded with McCain and others to provide personnel and money to those engaged in terrorist activities in Syria, including killing, kidnapping and maiming.
It also claimed that Abdullahi had robbed a jewelry store in Edmonton, funded the travel of McCain and others, and then wired the money.
Abdullahi also faces armed robbery charges in Canada.