Government also said that it had enough evidence to show Headley, who is currently in custody in the US, had links with Pakistan-based Lashker-e-Taiba(LeT).
Image: This file photo shows the grocery store owned by Tahawwur Hussain Rana on Chicago's Devon Avenue, home to one of the largest South Asian business enclaves in the U.S. On October 27, 2009, federal officials unsealed criminal complaints against Rana and David Coleman Headley. Rana was a businessman who was arrested on federal charges for an alleged terrorism plot against a Danish newspaper. The newspaper published twelve cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2005. One cartoon showed Muhammad wearing a bomb-shaped turban. Any depiction of the prophet, even a favorable one, is frowned on by Islamic law as likely to lead to idolatry.
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