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Monday, June 26, 2006
Accusations of entrapment in Miami
Guests: Attorneys Nathan Clark & Albert Levin
Finally, The Factor was joined by attorneys Nathan Clarke and Albert Levin, who represent two of the terror suspects arrested last week in Miami. Both men implied that their clients were entrapped by the FBI. “It seems to me,” Levin said, “that the government targeted guys in an impoverished neighborhood and made a terrorism case out of nothing. This was a case written, produced, and directed by the FBI. The idea was planted by the FBI undercover agent.” Clarke suggested that his client will be hard to convict. “There’s going to be a question of whether there is even sufficient evidence to sustain the burden of proof on a conviction. My client has absolutely no animosity or resentment toward the United States.”