Patrice Lumumba Ford, October Martinique Lewis, Jeffrey Leon Battle, Muhammad Bilal, Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal, and Habis Abullah al Saoub are seen in undated handout photos. Ford, Lewis, Battle, and Muhammad Bilal were arrested in Friday, Oct. 4, 2002 on charges they conspired to wage war on the United States and provide support to al-Qaida.
Jeffrey Leon Battle
Battle, 32, was arrested in Portland, Ore. Battle joined the U.S. Army Reserves to obtain training in U.S. tactics and weapons. Authorities say he intended to use that experience against American soldiers in Afghanistan.
October Martinique Lewis
Lewis, 25, arrested in Portland, is the ex-wife of Jeffrey Leon Battle. She is accused of wiring money from the U.S. to Battle eight times "with the knowledge the money would be used to support his attempt to reach Afghanistan" to help al-Qaida and Taliban forces, according to government officials.
Habis Abdullah al Saoub
Al Saoub, 37, is a fugitive, and efforts are under way to locate him.
Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal
Ahmed Bilal, 24, is the brother of Muhammad Ibrahim Bilal (next). On Sunday or Monday, Oct. 6 or 7, Bilal turned himself in to security officials at an Islamic university in Malaysia where he had been studying. The university turned him over to Malaysian authorities, who said Bilal would be deported soon to the U.S.
Muhammad Ibrahim Bilal
Muhammad Bilal, 22, was arrested in Michigan, where he had been staying with his sister. He was born in the U.S., but most of his relatives, including his parents and 16 siblings, live in Saudi Arabia, except for his brother, Ahmed.