SEATTLE (AP) — Two men accused of plotting to attack a Seattle military recruiting station have been ordered to remain in custody pending their trials, after neither contested their detentions during hearings Wednesday.
Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif, also known as Joseph Anthony Davis, and Walli Mujahidh, also known as Frederick Domingue Jr., each face up to life in prison.
The two were arrested June 22 after an anti-terror investigation with the help of an informant. They’re accused of planning to use machine guns and grenades in an attempt to kill as many military people as possible at a center that processes military recruits.
The 33-year-old Abdul-Latif is a Seattle-area resident. The 32-year-old Mujahidh is a former Seattle resident who traveled from Los Angeles.