Alleged ISIL Recruits Argue for ‘Combatant Immunity’

Five young men from the Twin Cities were charged last year with conspiring to leave the United States to fight with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). In October, the government added charges of conspiracy to commit murder. Attorneys for the men argue that because they aimed to join an organized, professional army, these charges should not apply.

Read more in the Star-Tribune.

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