A Pakistani-born US citizen who tried to set off a car bomb in NY's busy Times Square was sentenced to life in prison.
Senior leader of terrorist group, 3 others indicted in US for plan to bomb New York subways.
Admitted terrorist eagerly confesses to plotting kill Americans. 'One has to understand where I'm coming from,' he tells Manhattan court.
The 30 year-old Pakistani-American was indicted last week on ten terror charges including conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.
He is accused of parking a vehicle containing a crude car bomb in Times Square in Midtown Manhattan.
The case has been postponed for 3 weeks until June 21 to allow him to speak with US authorities about the plot.
The man, identified as Qamar Ejaz, is the brother of Adnan Ejaz, a former major in Pakistani army.
One suspect told Pak interrogators they were siding with the infidels.
They have been arrested for having links with Faisal Shahzad, the prime suspect of the Time Square terror plot.
Pakistani law enforcement sources reportedly said that the Major was arrested for his alleged links to Faisal.
Pakistan born Faisal Shahzad had left a vehicle rigged with explosives in Times Square on May 1.
A suspicious vehicle with two gas canisters caused a brief scare near Union Square in New York.
A vehicle with two gas canisters inside it has been spotted near Union Square.
Pakistani-American Faisal Shahzad already under arrest for foiled car bombing attempt.
Times Square has already been evacuated three times since May 1.
Pakistani-American accused of planting the failed car bomb at Times Square has last travelled to Pakistan.
A decade after 9/11, it seems that the enemy is carrying an American passport.
It comes at a time when evidence about Pak Taliban's involvement in New York bomb plot has emerged.
Group 'facilitated, financed' Faisal Shahzad's bombing attempt in New York's Times Square.
However, US Attorney General says Pakistani government was not aware about the plot.