Spain indicts 22 connected to terrorist recruiting group Brett Murphy at 9:51 AM ET
[JURIST] Spanish anti-terror judge Baltasar Garzon [BBC profile; JURIST news archive] issued indictments for 22 people on charges of participating in or collaborating with a terrorist organization that recruits fighters to aid al Qaeda in Iraq, the Spanish National Court said Tuesday. According to prosecutors, those recruited are sent to Egypt to learn Arabic and religion before being sent to Iraq to take part in terror attacks by way of a network of cells in Saudi Arabia and Syria. France is currently detaining six men for participating in a similar scheme.
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