Akayed indicted for NY terror attack

Akayed Ullah indicted for NY explosion

Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi man who attempted to detonate a homemade bomb strapped to his body at a NY commuter hub during morning rush hour is seen in this handout photo received December 11, 2017.

A Bangladeshi immigrant has been indicted on terrorism charges in the U.S. for last months botched bombing in a New York City subway station.

Akayed Ullah appeared in federal court in Lower Manhattan Thursday, a day after he was indicted by a grand jury.

Ullah, a Bangladeshi immigrant, was the most severely injured person from the attack in the bombing of a heavily-trafficked underground walkway connecting the Port Authority bus terminal with the subway.

Akayed Ullah was arrested after allegedly setting off a pipe bomb in a tunnel leading to Times Square on December 11, 2017. The attack injured at least four people plus the suspect, who suffered burns and wounds to his abdomen and hands.

Prosecutor George Turner said prosecutors had gathered materials for the case including surveillance videos, photos from the crime scene, DNA evidence, statements that Ullah made to officials after his arrest, postings from his social-media accounts, e-mails, MetroCard data, and phone records.

The attack took place in a tunnel that connects the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the Times Square subway stations. Inside Ullah's passport, which was recovered from his home, was a handwritten note that read, "O AMERICA, DIE IN YOUR RAGE", according to the complaint.

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Ullah's public defender, Amy Gallicchio, would not explain the unusual phrasing.

Republicans quickly seized upon Ullah's immigration status in the aftermath of his arrest.

Ullah faces life in prison if convicted.

He will be arraigned before Judge Sullivan.

Since then US President Donald Trump has been pushing for end to chain migration and diversity lottery visa.

Meanwhile, Ullah will seek medical attention inside Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional, where attorneys say that he needs treatment to remove his stitches and replace his dressing.