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Judge I: Akayed Ullah

judge i: Nobody died, and most of the injuries were not serious, according to CTV. After the verdict was announced and the jury left the room, Ullah spoke out, telling the judge I was angry with Donald Trump because he says he will bomb the Middle East and then he will protect his nation. The verdict against Akayed Ullah was returned in Manhattan federal court after a trial in which the defence maintained that he intended to kill only himself last Dec. 11. Judge Richard Sullivan told him Right now is not the time for a statement. Sentencing was scheduled for April 5, when Ullah faces a mandatory 30-year prison sentence and could be sent to prison for life. Ullah repeatedly told Sullivan he did not carry out the attack for the Islamic State group. ( As reported in the news.