Whitmer’s kidnapping case a ‘huge setback’ for the feds


  • A federal judge has announced not guilty verdicts for two men charged in the biggest domestic terrorism case in recent history.
  • Two other men charged in the case have been declared void.
  • Former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani says the jury did not find cooperating agents, informants or co-defendants credible.

DETROIT — In the end, the jury sent a message to the FBI: We don’t believe you.

It was heard loud and clear on Friday afternoon, when a federal judge announced not-guilty verdicts for two men charged in the biggest domestic terrorism case in recent history, and quashed the trial. of two others.


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