On Tuesday, 6th of November, A Bangladeshi immigrant was convicted of set off a pipe bomb in the busiest subway station, New York City. He was initially said to be supporting the Islamic State group but was later disputed to be motivated by anger at the American President, Donald Trump. The immigrant, Akayed Ullah, was convicted in a federal high court of Manhattan where he was said to be supporting the Islamic State group. This is a logical conclusion based on an earlier trial (December 11, 2017) in which the defense maintained that Ullah intended to kill only himself. Subsequent to the earlier attack, no one was confirmed dead, and the majority of the injuries were not serious. According to the prosecutors, Ullah's main goal in his latest attack is to maim or kill commuters in tune of "lone wolf" terrorist attack calls by the Islamic State group, but Ullah denied such claims. Prosecutors refuted such denial by claiming that there would not have been any need for Ullah to wear a bomb if he had wanted to kill only himself.
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