A New York taxi driver accused of helping to plot a bombing of crowded subway trains is expected to enter a guilty plea Friday, an official said.
Zarein Ahmedzay is expected to enter the plea in U.S. District court in Brooklyn, said Robert Nardoza, spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office.
The indictment against Ahmedzay lists five counts. It was not immediately clear which counts he may plead guilty to.
Ahmedzay has previously pleaded not guilty to making false statements to the FBI about an aborted plan by Najibullah Zazi to launch suicide bombing attacks on Manhattan subway lines. Zazi is an admitted al Qaeda associate.