The Iraqi refugee an accused murderer and Casa Grande, Arizona Social Security office bomber, Abdullatif Aldosary, may run the risk of dying of old age, before he manages to get to trial. Should anyone be deprived of their right to a speedy trial? Or does "speedy" include five or more years? Looking on the bright side, he received five years in federal prison on convictions, stemming from the from the Social Security office bombing.
Death penalty no longer sought in Maricopa shooting, CG bombing
The Pinal County Attorney's Office will no longer seek the death penalty against the Iraqi refugee accused of detonating a homemade bomb at the Social Security office in downtown Casa Grande just days after shooting a man in Maricopa.
Abdullatif Aldosary refused to appear before Pinal County Superior Court Judge Joseph Georgini yet again on Friday morning. He faces a litany of severe charges based on the 2012 incidents, and he has already been found guilty in federal court for being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. Dispatch