By Kristina Sgueglia
A Massachusetts man will be sentenced Thursday after his conviction on multiple terrorism conspiracy charges in a case that raised questions about how terror suspects can be prosecuted.
Tarek Mehanna, 29, was found guilty in December of conspiring to help al Qaeda, conspiring to commit murder in a foreign country and making false statements.
He could face up to life in prison.
Prosecutors say Mehanna traveled to Yemen to receive training aimed at killing American soldiers and supporting terrorism at home.
After returning to the United States, they say, he provided material support by translating and posting on the Internet al Qaeda recruitment videos and other documents.
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