Professor Peter Margulies explains the FBI's case against terrorism suspect and Warwick, Rhode Island, resident Nicholas Rovinski, and possible additional charges.

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Margulies on Terror Suspect Arrest

Professor Peter Margulies explains the FBI's case against terrorism suspect and Warwick, Rhode Island, resident Nicholas Rovinski, and possible additional charges.

From WRNI, Rhode Island's NPR station:

Professor Peter MarguliesWarwick resident Nicholas Rovinski sits in a jail cell accused of conspiring to support the Islamic State in Iraq. Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon spoke with Roger Williams Law School Professor Peter Margulies about the charges against Rovinski and federal anti-terrorism law.

Margulies explains the FBI's case against Rovinski and says U.S. law allows a relatively wide definition of the term "conspiracy." Margulies observes that additional charges are possible in this case.

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