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An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
When Syed Hashmi, a former Brooklyn College student charged with providing material support to Al Qaeda, goes on trial this week in Manhattan, the jury will be anonymous, a judge ruled on Monday.
A memo leaked from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is has immigration reform activist groups up in arms, calling the government's plans to argue on behalf of its programs "unbelievable" and an…
Syed "Farhad" Hashmi pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to provide material support to al Qaeda, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York announced.
Civil rights activists claim that a Pakistani-born U.S. citizen may have been psychologically pressured into pleading guilty to helping Al Qaeda just before his trial in New York was to begin.
The trial of a former Queens student accused of sending equipment to al-Qaida fighters begins Wednesday in Lower Manhattan. Syed Hashmi, 30, faces four counts of providing support to the terrorist organization.
Former Queens resident Syed "Fahad" Hashmi, arrested in 2006 for allegedly providing support to Al Qaeda, faces 70 years in prison if convicted at his trial in Manhattan tomorrow. Due to the nature of the…
Hashmi, an American citizen, had become a symbol of what they view as the unfair – and unconstitutional - treatment of Muslims in the post-9/11 world. His case prompted regular vigils outside the Metropolitan Correctional…
The NYPD is stopping far more minorities than whites, thereby suggesting racial proficling, if not racism.
CCR is honors Lee Ratner and Scott + Scott with the Pro Bono Social Change Award.
According to the Times, police spokesman Paul Browne believes "the police were confident the tactic was stopping crime before it occurred." Newly analyzed data by The Center for Constitutional Rights suggests otherwise, but there's really…