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December 30, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Philippine authorities said they were set to deport two American brothers arrested for suspected links to terrorism. Michael Ray Stubbs, 55, and his brother James, 56, a convert to Islam, were arrested on immigration charges earlier this month in the town of Tanza, 15 miles southwest of Manila, the Bureau of Immigration said. The statement said the brothers were born in Missouri. James Stubbs is also known as Jamil Daoud Mujahid, a State Department spokesman said. They are being deported based on reports that they met with leaders of terrorist cells linked to Al Qaeda, officials said.
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December 31, 2003 | Greg Krikorian and Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writers
Authorities said Tuesday that they had no indication that security at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory had been compromised by two American brothers who will be deported from the Philippines for alleged links to Islamic extremists. Michael Ray Stubbs, who was arrested with his brother, James, outside Manila on Dec. 13, worked at the nuclear weapons design lab near San Francisco for almost a decade, officials said. A heating and air-conditioning mechanic, Michael Stubbs left Lawrence Livermore, which is managed by the University of California, in 2000.
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December 31, 2003 | Greg Krikorian and Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writers
Authorities said Tuesday that they had no indication that security at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory had been compromised by two American brothers who will be deported from the Philippines for alleged links to Islamic extremists. Michael Ray Stubbs, who was arrested with his brother, James, outside Manila on Dec. 13, worked at the nuclear weapons design lab near San Francisco for almost a decade, officials said. A heating and air-conditioning mechanic, Michael Stubbs left Lawrence Livermore, which is managed by the University of California, in 2000.
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December 30, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Philippine authorities said they were set to deport two American brothers arrested for suspected links to terrorism. Michael Ray Stubbs, 55, and his brother James, 56, a convert to Islam, were arrested on immigration charges earlier this month in the town of Tanza, 15 miles southwest of Manila, the Bureau of Immigration said. The statement said the brothers were born in Missouri. James Stubbs is also known as Jamil Daoud Mujahid, a State Department spokesman said. They are being deported based on reports that they met with leaders of terrorist cells linked to Al Qaeda, officials said.
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