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Bosnian couple pleads not guilty to terrorism charges

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Wednesday an immigrant couple from Bosnia plead not guilty to terrorism charges in St. Louis Federal Court. The charges stem from an indictment and FBI Raid last week that alleged that three St. Louis County residents had provided financial and material support to Islamic State and al-Qaida affiliate organizations in Syria and Iraq.

Ramiz and Sedina Hodzic arraignment was brief in court today and a detention hearing was scheduled for next week.

The Hodzics  along with six other Bosnians immigrants in Missouri, Illinois and New York have been charged with providing material and financial support to terrorist organizations in the Middle East.

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