Terrorism: March 10, 2000


they insisted that this was not related to the Tariq case.--Stephen V Cole

The trial of Ahmed Ressam, the Algerian arrested last December near Seattle, will be held in Los Angeles instead of Seattle. Ressam's attorney's argued that because the alleged bomb plot targeted civilians in Seattle and caused cancellation of New Year's celebrations, a fair trial could not be held there. Another reason for the move is that the Los Angeles courthouse was remodeled in 1992 for improved security, including a tunnel connecting it to the Federal detention center. The Seattle courthouse lacks advanced security as would be needed in a terrorist trial.--Stephen V Cole

March 8, 2000; Chad Davis was sentenced to six months in prison and fined $8,054 on 1 March for hacking into the US Army web site on the Internet. He had broken into the site and replaced the front page with the symbol of the "Global Hell" hacker group.--Stephen V Cole

March 7, 2000; The Corsican Armed Revolutionary Front said it would suspend military action, joining the ceasefire by the five other Corsican insurgent groups. The CARF said, however, that its agreement to the truce would not be unlimited as


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