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May 31, 2005 | John-Thor Dahlburg and Walter F. Roche Jr., Times Staff Writers
The doctor kept mostly to himself, neighbors remembered Monday. He lived in a gated South Florida community west of the exclusive town of Boca Raton with a woman and two children. The couple drove a black SUV and a white two-door sedan, and fixed up the garage of their rented villa to serve as the youngsters' rumpus room. Dan Kozan, an advertising consultant, had one encounter with his neighbor across the street when he moved into Villa San Remo three years ago, but it was enough.
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May 31, 2005 | John-Thor Dahlburg and Walter F. Roche Jr., Times Staff Writers
The doctor kept mostly to himself, neighbors remembered Monday. He lived in a gated South Florida community west of the exclusive town of Boca Raton with a woman and two children. The couple drove a black SUV and a white two-door sedan, and fixed up the garage of their rented villa to serve as the youngsters' rumpus room. Dan Kozan, an advertising consultant, had one encounter with his neighbor across the street when he moved into Villa San Remo three years ago, but it was enough.
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June 1, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Two U.S. citizens accused of being Al Qaeda loyalists were each ordered held without bail when they appeared in federal courtrooms in New York and Florida. Tarik Shah, 42, waved and smiled at supporters and appeared relaxed at his preliminary hearing in U.S. District Court in Manhattan before Magistrate Judge Theodore Katz. In Fort Pierce, Fla., Rafiq Abdus Sabir, 50, told U.S. District Judge James Hopkins that he had not hired a lawyer. The judge set the next hearing in his case for June 6.
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May 30, 2005 | From Associated Press
The FBI arrested a Florida doctor and a New York martial arts expert on federal terrorism charges, saying they conspired to treat and train terrorists, prosecutors announced Sunday. Rafiq Abdus Sabir, a Boca Raton physician, and Tarik Shah, a self-described martial arts expert in New York, were charged in Manhattan federal court with conspiring to provide material support to Al Qaeda, according to the U.S. attorney's office for the Southern District of New York.
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