Terror Suspects Were Plotting to 'Randomly Kill Police Officers'
The knife brandished by Usaamah Rahim, a terror suspect shot by police in Boston on Tuesday. On (AP)
Usaama Rahim, who was fatally shot Tuesday in Boston after waving a knife at police, plotted with others to "randomly kill police officers in Massachussetts" this week and separately planned to behead a person in another state, according to court documents. [Full Story]
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Terror Suspects Were Plotting to 'Randomly Kill Police Officers'
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