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The President has long been a fan of what he calls "extreme vetting", which he claims will keep potential terrorists out of the United States.
Only three federal executions have been carried out, including that of Timothy McVeigh, who killed 168 people in a truck bombing in Oklahoma City in 1995. Are they absolutely sure that they have accounted for all of his actions, and interactions, during the course of that entire period, before Mirandizing him?
Saipov appears to target pedestrians and bike riders in the lane for several blocks, ultimately killing eight people.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Saipov a "depraved coward". "It poisons the jurors, all the prospective jurors". "It's a global phenomenon now".
A criminal complaint alleges that a document found near the truck's driver side door stated "in substance and in part" in Arabic the Islamic creed, "No God but God and Muhammad is his prophet", as well as the phrase, "Islamic Supplication".
"We will not be cowed".
"To associate Uzbekistan with terrorism is not the way to see the country, because it really represents a tiny fraction of what's going on there", Russell Zanca, a professor of anthropology at Northeastern Illinois University, told NBC. SCENE PHOTOS: Truck mows down crowd on bike pathSaipov's lawyer, David Patton, says he hopes "everyone lets the judicial process play out".
"He did this in the name of ISIS", John Miller, the head of New York police intelligence and counter-terrorism, told a news conference.
De Blasio called it "a cowardly act of terror".
Saipov and his family moved from Florida to New Jersey in June, according to a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
In at least a physical sense, there are no practical reasons why the U.S. couldn't hold someone at Guantanamo.
President Donald Trump seemed to link ISIS to the terror attack Tuesday night without details.
Saipov did waive his right to remain silent or have an attorney present when he agreed to speak to investigators from his bed at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, according to the criminal complaint. Trump urged tougher immigration measures based on merit.
The lawyers for Bowe Bergdahl, who deserted his base in Afghanistan in 2009, argued unsuccessfully that candidate-Trump's comment that he was a "traitor" would taint any trial.
Saipov planned an attack for a year, settling two months ago on a vehicle strike and chose Halloween to kill as many people as possible. "That doesn't happen by accident". Nevertheless, Trump has said he still believes they were guilty. He portrayed Saipov as an argumentative young man whose work was falling apart and who "was not happy with his life".
Saipov actively read ISIS propaganda, a review of his online accounts showed.