Brother of terror suspect held for questioning in Denver homicide |

Brother of terror suspect held for questioning in Denver homicide

DENVER – The brother of a man who in 2003 pleaded guilty to aiding the Taliban was being held for investigation in a death in which the body was found in a trunk, police said Tuesday.Mustafa Ujaama, 38, turned himself in shortly after police responded to a report of a shooting at a home Monday and found evidence of an altercation. Police later found a car in Aurora with the body of a white male in the trunk.Mustafa Ujaama’s brother, James, 40, was arrested in July 2002 following an investigation into a Seattle mosque. The following year he pleaded guilty to charges of aiding the Taliban by bringing money, computer equipment and a recruit to Taliban officials in Afghanistan.He was sentenced in 2004 to two years in prison, most which he already serve at the time. As part of his plea, James Ujaama was also ordered to cooperate with investigators.

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