Moroccan taxi dispatcher denies part in plot to attack New York synagogues

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One of the terror suspects arrested for allegedly planning to attack New York synagogues dressed as a Hasidic Jew has pleaded his innocence in a tearful interview.

20-year-old Mohamed Mamdouh, who was caught on Tuesday in a dramatic police sting operation, said he ‘had nothing to do with’ the synagogue slaughter plot.

Speaking from prison on Rikers Island, the taxi dispatcher blamed his 27-year-old friend Ahmed Ferhani for talk of the planned killing spree.

‘I was at the wrong place at the wrong time,’ he told a U.S. newspaper. ‘I don’t have problems with anyone - not Jews, not anyone.’


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