Two Britons who pleaded guilty to US terror charges seek access to secret files

Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan argue they have a right to more information on ‘shoe bomb’ witness with ‘incentive to lie’

Two British men who pleaded guilty to raising money for al-Qaida and the Taliban go to a US court on Friday, seeking access to secret documents about a witness whose testimony could influence how long they spend in prison.

Thirty-nine-year-old Babar Ahmad and 34-year-old Syed Talha Ahsan have argued in papers filed in US district court in New Haven, Connecticut, that they have a right to more information on the witness, British citizen Saajid Badat.

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