New York City terror suspect facing federal charges, USA attorney office says

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The man accused of setting off a pipe bomb in an underground subway passageway beneath the Port Authority bus terminal pleaded not guilty in court Thursday.

During the proceeding, she asked Sullivan if he could intervene to speed medical care to Ullah at the lockup next to the courthouse in lower Manhattan.

According to the report, Akayed spoke very little during his appearance in federal court.

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Police stand guard inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal near the scene of an explosion December 11, 2017.

He has also been charged with one count each of bombing and attempting to bomb a place of public use and a public transportation system; destruction and attempted destruction of property by means of fire or explosives; conducting and attempting to conduct a terrorist attack against a mass transportation system. He and three others were injured in the attack.

In the hearing, he told the judge he understood all the charges against him and said "at the moment" he was not guilty of the counts, which include providing material support to a terrorist organization and using a weapon of mass destruction.

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He said he had been inspired by ISIS attacks on Christmas markets in Europe, and was looking to retaliate for US airstrikes in Syria, according to The New York Times. President Donald Trump and GOP leadership have publicly opposed this policy and have said the practice should be halted as part of any comprehensive immigration reform.

"Trump you failed to protect your nation", Ullah wrote alongside a note that pledged his allegiance to ISIS, federal prosecutors have alleged.

After the blast, Akayed told police interviewers that "I did it for the Islamic State", according to court papers filed by federal prosecutors.

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The complaint stated that Akayed had used materials that included Christmas lights to make the device and it was affixed to his body with Velcro straps. Ullah "is a lawful permanent resident" who entered the country in 2011 using a "passport displaying an F43 family immigrant visa", Houlton said in a statement. However, his wife did not join him in the US.

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