Daniel Patrick Boyd / North Carolina Triangle Terror Cell

Patrick Daniel Boyd had trained in terrorist camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan from 1989 to 1992, and was later banned from the mosque in Raleigh as a troublemaker. In September 2009, he was indicted with his two sons, Jude Mohammad and four other men for conspiring to plot terrorist acts at home and abroad. Jude Mohammad dropped out of high school but later earned his high school equivalency certificate and attended Wake (NC) Technical Community College. He was a regular attendee around the mosque in Raleigh and often volunteered in the mosque kitchen.Video: 2009 Sabrina Boyd, the wife of Daniel Patrick Boyd and the mother of Dylan and Zakariya "Zak" Boyd, claims authorities told her that her family had been injured in a car crash Monday. She said a man, wearing a bloody shirt, and a law enforcement officer told her their vehicle had been sideswiped by an 18-wheeler. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVMsp-XzSJoVideo: 2009, FBI agents arrested a group of homegrown…

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