'Jihad Jane' Terror Plot Trial Postponed
In this June 8, 2012 photo, Tieralashay Mitchell, from Aurora, Ill., is shocked by a joke during the second show at the Jokes and Notes comedy club in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood. African-American female club owners are a rarity in the industry of comedy, but Lindsey is breaking barriers and uplifting a community by providing a place where raw comedic talent can hone their skills. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) / Charles Rex Arbogast
Forty-six-year-old Colleen LaRose and 31-year-old Jamie Paulin-Ramirez mostly avoided glancing at each other at their first joint court appearance Monday.
Prosecutors are asking the judge to review some of the massive computer evidence to see if any is classified and determine what must be turned over to defense lawyers. The judge will meet with prosecutors on May 19.
The women have pleaded not guilty to charges they helped foreign terror suspects intent on starting a holy war. Both women were arrested in the past year as they returned to the United States from Europe.
The alleged target was Lars Vilks, a Swedish artist who had depicted the Prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog, according to the indictment.
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