Father of terror suspect says FBI brainwashed sonBy NIGEL DUARA
Jan. 29, 2013
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The father of an Oregon terrorism suspect testified Monday that his then-teenage son was suffering from an identity crisis and enduring a troubled home life when the FBI brainwashed him.
Osman Barre, the father of Somali-American terrorism suspect Mohamed Mohamud, said he was concerned for his son's safety when he contacted the FBI in 2009.