Bangladeshi accused pleads not guilty in NYC subway bomb attack

Bangladeshi accused pleads not guilty in NYC subway bomb attack

Bangladeshi accused pleads not guilty in NYC subway bomb attack

Ullah was the only person seriously hurt in the December 11 attack, and he was arrested soon after the pipe bomb failed to fully explode.

According to court documents, Ullah made a taunting Facebook post directed at President Donald Trump before the attack. Ullah was indicted Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in the failed pipe bombing of the NY subway system in December.

Accused Bangladeshi bomber Akayed Ullah has pleaded not guilty to the charges of detonating a homemade explosive device at a busy transit hub in New York City last month.

He said he had been inspired by ISIS attacks on Christmas markets in Europe, and was looking to retaliate for US airstrikes in Syria, according to The New York Times.

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Ullah, 27, is charged with six counts for the December 11 attack in the bus terminal, including providing material support to a terrorist organization, using a weapon of mass destruction and bombing a place of public use and public transportation.

Ullah migrated from Bangladesh some six years ago on a family visa.

His court-appointed attorney, Amy Gallicchio, did not elaborate on the plea outside court. He remains held without bail at a lockup next to the federal court complex in lower Manhattan. Ullah was injured, and three others were slightly hurt.

The judge said she should make her requests first of prison authorities and return to the judge only if they don't respond.

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Ullah was previously charged in a criminal complaint filed by prosecutors shortly after his arrest last month.

"In selecting this time and place, Ullah's alleged goal in the Port Authority bombing was painfully clear: to inflict as much damage as possible, and to strike fear into the hearts of New Yorkers in the name of ISIS".

The judge said he may set a trial date at the next hearing, which was set for April 13.

Akayed Ullah allegedly detonated a pipe bomb underneath New York City's Port Authority.

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Prosecutors said that Ullah, who has lived in the United States since 2011, began his self-radicalization in 2014 when he started viewing pro-Islamic State materials online.

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