Money broker gets probation in Times Square bombing case

The money broker charged with providing $7,000 to Times Square bomb plotter Faisal Shahzad has been sentenced to three years probation. Mohammad Young, of Long

NEW YORK - The money broker charged with providing $7,000 to Times Square bomb plotter Faisal Shahzad has been sentenced to three years probation.

Mohammad Young, of Long Island, pleaded guilty in August to an illegal banking charge. Shazad admitted to using the money from Young in order finance his failed car bomb attack last year.

Shahzad is currently serving a life sentence.

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