Narrowing the Field

Fewer than half of the 330 suspects on a Justice Department list of terrorism prosecutions have a demonstrated connection to terrorism or terrorism groups, according to an analysis by The Washington Post. Only 39 have been convicted of terrorism or national security crimes.

Complete List of Cases: Charged: 330 Cases | Convictions: All > Terrorism/National Security > By Crime > By Organization

Sunday, June 12, 2005

330 suspects charged. Of them, 142 have a demonstrated relationship to a terrorist group. Of them, 73 convicted of any crime. Of them, 39 convicted of terrorism or national security crimes.

SOURCES: Justice Department, State Department, National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, news accounts
REPORTING BY JULIE TATE AND DEREK WILLIS; GRAPHIC BY SETH HAMBLIN - THE WASHINGTON POST


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