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Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is wanted in connection with a bombing in New York's Chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people

ACLU Will Represent New Jersey Bombing Suspect Ahmad Rahami

On Monday, an attorney with the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) stepped in to represent Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man captured in a shootout with police after allegedly setting a series of bombs in New Jersey and New York.

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 17: A NYPD bomb disposal robot handles an unexploded pressure cooker bomb on September 17, 2016 on West 27th Street in New York City. Another device had exploded earlier injuring 29 people on 23rd St. in Chelsea. (Photo by Lucien Harriot/Getty Images)

Pro-Islamic State Channel Posts Pressure Cooker Bomb Tutorials After Rahami Attacks

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL)-linked Cyber Kahilafah posted tutorials on the encrypted messaging app Telegram on using pressure cookers to create deadly bombs and modifying cell phones and Bluetooth devices to use as timers to detonate remotely, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM).

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is wanted in connection with a bombing in New York's Chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people

Latinos in New Jersey Rethink Embrace of Muslim Immigrants After Bombings

“I used to think we were all immigrants, all the same people who came here for a better life. Now I’m not so sure,” a Colombian-American neighbor of First American Fried Chicken, the business linked to Afghan-American suspected terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahami, told the Los Angeles Times.

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NYPD Counterterrorism Chief: ‘Not Realistic’ to Catch All Terrorists like Rahami

NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller said Wednesday he did not believe it was possible for authorities to have caught terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahami, despite his father reporting him to the FBI in 2014, because insufficient evidence existed against him. He added that it is “not realistic” for the FBI to monitor such cases for extensive periods of time.

Ahmad Khan Rahami is taken into custody after a shootout with police Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, in Linden, N.J. Rahami was wanted for questioning in the bombings that rocked the Chelsea neighborhood of New York and the New Jersey shore town of Seaside Park. (Nicolaus Czarnecki/Boston Herald via AP)

Customs Notified FBI of Chelsea Bomber’s Trips to Pakistan and Afghanistan

More information continues to surface about Ahmad Khan Rahami, the jihadi who set bombs in New York and New Jersey over the weekend. It appears, contrary to reports from earlier this week, that the U.S. government wasn’t entirely unaware that he was traveling to Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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Dr. Sebastian Gorka: Political Correctness Starts at DOJ HQ, Not FBI

During a Tuesday night appearance on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor,” Breitbart News National Security Editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka, author of the best-selling book Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War, joined human-rights attorney and former State Department official David Tafuri to discuss the Chelsea bombing.

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Ann Coulter: Trump Busts Muslim Protection Racket

Even after the dumbest mammal in North America, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, had admitted it was a bomb, journalists were indignant that Trump had called a bomb a “bomb” before they said so.

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NYT: Rahami’s Father Fought Soviet Army as Afghan Mujahedeen

The father of the suspect in the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey is from the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, a known stronghold of the Taliban and its ally al Qaeda, and like Osama bin Laden was part of the Afghan mujahedeen who fought the Soviet Army, reports The New York Times (NYT).

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Report: Chelsea Bomber Rahami Traveled to Terror Areas Without U.S. Knowing

According to a report at the Daily Beast, Ahmad Khan Rahami, accused perpetrator of the weekend terrorist bombings in New York and New Jersey, traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan several times without the U.S. government becoming aware of his activities. News also broke on Tuesday morning that Rahami’s wife left the United States a few days before he launched his attack.

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Friend: Ahmad Khan Rahami ‘Popped Up… Real Religious’ After Afghanistan Trip

Authorities have taken into custody a 28-year-old U.S. citizen of Afghan descent, Ahmad Khan Rahami, who has been linked to planting two pressure cooker bombs in New York City on Saturday that wounded 29 people and suspected of placing several other similar explosive devices throughout New Jersey as part of a bombing spree.