Intel insider

Reed, Christopher
May 2003
Bulletin with Newsweek;5/13/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6372, p14
The article focuses on the lawsuit between the homeland security enforcers at the U.S. Department of Justice and civil rights groups supported by the Muslim community in Oregon. The extra defendant is Intel software engineer Maher Hawash, 39, a U.S. citizen for 15 years who was arrested at gunpoint in his office car park. Hawash, a devout Muslim, met some of the five at a Portland mosque, and is accused of joining the conspiracy on the trip. Under the Patriot Act in the curious case of the Portland Six, in which five men, three black and all Muslim are accused of conspiring to "wage war" against the U.S. The sixth is a woman charged with sending them money while they journeyed to China and Bangladesh in late 2001.


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