Closing Arguments Heard In Trial Of Alleged Queens Terror Plotter
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Jury deliberations will soon begin in the trial of a Queens man accused of plotting to bomb city subways.
The judge is expected to charge the jury as early as Monday.
During closing arguments on Thursday, the federal prosecutor said Adis Medunjanin traveled to Pakistan in 2008 determined to kill American troops in Afghanistan.
His defense lawyer says the men were immature and clueless.
The defense claims Medunjanin was coerced by federal agents into making incriminating statements.