June 21st, 2010
05:27 PM ET

Shahzad pleads guilty to Times Square charges

Faisal Shahzad, a suspect in the May 1 failed Times Square bombing attempt,
entered pleas of guilty Monday in federal court, an administration official
told CNN.

An administration official said a plea deal was negotiated beforehand, and
Shahzad entered guilty pleas to each of the 10 counts against him. This source, a White House legal source, said President Obama was made aware of the negotiations.

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  1. Bryan

    They're are too many conservatives on here. It dosent matter if we throw him in jail, what the hell do you think bush did to the terrorists?! He sent them to jail in guantanamo bay!

    June 21, 2010 at 6:03 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Bryan

    There are too many conservatives on here. It dosent matter if we throw him in jail, what the hell do you think bush did to the terrorists?! He sent them to jail in guantanamo bay!

    June 21, 2010 at 6:03 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. its all fake

    This is fake. It is not real. He did not attempt to bomb anything. Do you really think he's stupid enough to think that M 80's will blow up a propane tank? Do you really think a propane tank in a car would really do much damage? It might injure people. 10 Counts of what? This is all a set up. Just like the christmas day bomber. It's all CIA orchestrated. It's just a show. Wake up people. Your world is changing. It's all a facade. And you're caught in it. Don't be dumb. This is all dumb.

    June 21, 2010 at 6:20 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Mike

      Yeah and Michael Jackson didn't die from an overdose. He was secretly an undercover double agent for Russia and was taken out by the CIA. Seriously, where do you crazies come from? If there isn't a stupid conspiracy here there MUST be one over there. Find facts before you spout stupid ideas.

      June 21, 2010 at 6:46 pm | Report abuse |
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