U.S. man convicted of al Qaeda support says his free speech was violated

BOSTON (Reuters) – Lawyers for a Massachusetts man convicted a year and a half ago of conspiring to support al Qaeda have claimed that prosecutors prejudiced the jury with videos of beheadings and that the judge who sentenced him violated his right to free speech.

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