Officials Release Recording Of 911 Call Made By Suspect In Subway Bombing Plot
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A 911 call made by a man accused in a subway bombing plot has been released.
Adis Medunjanin was speeding along the Whitestone Expressway when he made the call in January 2010.
At the time, he was under surveillance by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which had just served him with a search warrant.
In the recording, Medunjanin can be heard saying, “We love death,” and “There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.”
The police operator tries to find out Medunjanin's location, but the call ends.
Medunjanin later crashed his car into another car on the expressway in what prosecutors believe was a suicide attempt.
He's due in court in April on conspiracy charges in connection with the subway bombing plot led by Najibullah Zazi.
He pleaded guilty to terrorism charges nearly two years ago and is facing life in prison.