Chapel Hill Terrorist To Make His Plea

From WRAL

The man accused of driving a sport utility vehicle into a crowd of UNC-Chapel Hill students, injuring nine people, is expected to appear in court Tuesday.

Mohammed Taheri-Azar is expected to enter a plea. In March, he confessed to authorities that he tried to injure people at the Pit, a student-gathering place on campus, to avenge the deaths of Muslims around the world.

Taheri-Azar's lawyer said his client will plead not guilty to nine counts of attempted murder and nine other felonies. If convicted, Taheri-Azar would face 100 years in prison.

Gotta love the modern legal system, where a guy who was basically caught committing the crimes and admitted to them will plead not guilty.

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