NEW BRITAIN – A city resident with family ties to overseas terrorist groups faces up to 25 years in prison after being found guilty of lying to federal agents.
Sidikjon Mamadjonov, 36, formerly of New Britain, was found guilty of making false statements to federal law enforcement and in immigration proceedings.
U.S. District Judge Victor A. Bolden, who presided over the trial in federal court in Bridgeport, returned the jury’s guilty verdicts March 7. The decision was announced in conjunction with U.S. Attny. Vanessa Roberts Avery, Asst. Attny. General Matthew Olsen of the Justice Dept.’s National Security Division, Special Agent in Charge Robert Fuller of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s New Haven Division, and Special Agent in Charge Matthew Millhollin of Homeland Security Investigations in Boston.
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