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Prosecutors say Farrokh conspired with three men he thought were ISIS facilitators to fly overseas and make his way to Syria.At Thursday's hearing, Farrokh's lawyer said his client is a devout Muslim who may have spoken rashly, but that doesn't prove he is a terrorist.Prosecutor Dennis Fitzpatrick countered that Farrokh's actions showed he was serious about his intentions and not just engaged in idle rhetoric.Members of Farrokh's family who attended Thursday's hearing declined comment through an attorney.
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