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Youssef Megahed Released as Government Loses Deportation Case Against Him

NewsAugust 21, 2009

A Florida immigration judge has dismissed the deportation case against Youssef Megahed. The The 23 year old Florida Student was arrested by federal immigration agents in April just three days after a jury acquitted him on federal explosives charges. After hearing a week of evidence put forward by Homeland Security Attorneys, immigration judge Kenneth S. Hurewitz said “I don’t believe the government has met its burden in this case.” He dismissed the case before the defense had to present any witnesses.

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