Feds Say Classified Info May Enter North Carolina Terror Case

Federal prosecutors say a North Carolina terrorism case may involve classified material that will raise national security issues.

Court documents filed Monday ask for time to review the classified material and a hearing to discuss it.

The government filed the motion under the Classified Information Procedures Act, which sets guidelines for the disclosure of
classified information.

Authorities have charged seven North Carolina men with plotting terrorism abroad. An indictment pegs the ringleader as 39-year-old
Daniel Patrick Boyd, who was arrested last week along with two
sons.

Investigators are still looking for an eighth suspect believed to be in Pakistan.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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