Court: Michigan Man Linked to ISIS Will Not Be Released from Prison Due to COVID-19

A federal court denied a request for a Ypsilanti man with ties to ISIS to temporarily be released from prison during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

An FBI counter-terrorism investigation in 2017 sent Yousef Mohammad Ramadan to prison.

Authorities had found unregistered weapons with the serial numbers scratched off in a storage unit that was rented under Ramadan’s name.

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