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Student held indefinitely for allegedly tweeting threats to the feds


Calling the decision an “awful close question,” a federal judge ordered a 19-year-old south Minneapolis man held in federal custody for tweets that he allegedly sent threatening federal agents and a judge.

U.S. District Judge Franklin Noel quietly read through papers for several minutes before issuing his decision on the detention of Khaalid Abdulkadir, who sat between his two lawyers dressed in an orange jail shirt and pants.

Factoring in both tweets and e-mails purportedly sent by Abdulkadir, Noel found ­reason to detain him.


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