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February 7, 2016

Forty year-old Wesam El-Hanafi, a.k.a. Khaled, a New York native turned traitor and al Qaeda supporter has sued the U.S. Government for medical malpractice and mistreatment.  El-Hanafi who is currently serving a 15-year sentence for pleading guilty to charges that he conspired with, provided material aid and financial support to al Qaeda beginning in 2007.  After traveling to Yemen in 2008 and swearing his allegiance to al-Qaeda, El-Hanafi a.k.a. Khaled, helped finance an unsuccessful attack on the New York Stock Exchange. Instead of accepting his fate for the terrorist activities he was involved in, El-Hanafi is waiting to see if the U.S. will instead award him $7 million in a medical malpractice and mistreatment lawsuit filed in 2013 (2 years prior to his 2015 sentencing.).

 

Judge Gregory Woods of the U.S. District Court, S.D. New York, presided over the non-jury trial. El-Hanaf...

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