Jamie Paulin Ramirez
Dressed in green prison clothes and wearing a black headscarf, Jamie Paulin Ramirez wept as she told Judge Patrice Tucker that she’d made a terrible mistake.
Prosecutors are seeking a sentence of decades in prison for the 50-year-old defendant, instead of the formal life sentence.
Two American women and a Maryland teen convicted of helping terrorists plan a Muslim holy war are set to be sentenced by year’s end.
A Maryland teenager has been indicted on federal terrorism charges that accuse him of helping the American terror suspect dubbed “Jihad Jane” with her plot to kill a Swedish artist.
Standing before Judge Petrese Tucker in federal court in Philadelphia, Jamie Paulin Ramirez admitted being part of the plot that included Philadelphia suburbanite Colleen LaRose, also called “Jihad Jane.”