Federal agents have seized several computers, $14,000 in cash and several newspapers reporting the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks from a suspect accused of plotting international terrorism.
A search warrant unsealed Tuesday shows that investigators seized dozens of items from Daniel Patrick Boyd. The FBI has said that it seized some two dozen guns and more than 27,000 rounds of ammunition, which are depicted in the warrant.
Documents say agents seized "military manuals," several prepaid cell phones, "militant documents," and five newspapers regarding the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Boyd and seven others have been charged with plotting to murder,kidnap, maim, and injure persons in a foreign country. One of the eight men remains at large.
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