December 16, 2000
||Al-Najjar finally out after 3 years
[Times photo: Boyzell Hosey]
BRADENTON -- Mazen Al-Najjar, detained without charges for three years and seven months as a suspected terrorist, walked out of jail Friday afternoon to be enveloped by his tearful children and a community of supporters who never gave up.
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John Sykes leaves Olympic post
The founder of troubled Sykes Enterprises quits as Florida 2012 chairman.
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Her testimony conflicts with earlier contentions by Aisenberg investigators.
Man pleads guilty in patient brokering
The ex-executive faces a possible 3-year prison term, a $100,000 fine and $400,000 in restitution.
Tampa Bay briefs
Woman charged in attack on her estranged husband
South Pinellas headlines
Earning an A in tough program gets tougher on paper
Gay rights activist heads to Rome
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North Pinellas headlines
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Furor builds over damaged townhomes
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Song of silence to grace Super Bowl
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Director wants Heritage Village fenced
Report released about plane crash
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Music aims to convey season's meaning
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Similarly named group has animal agency growling
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Pedestrian hit by car, in critical condition
Woman killed crossing road
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