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Suspect in Chicago car-bomb plot pleads not guilty

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In this Sept. 17 courtroom sketch, Adel Daoud, 19, appears before a judge at federal court in Chicago.

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Ahmed Daoud responds to a question about his son, Adel, as his wife, Mona, listens in the federal courthouse lobby Thursday in Chicago. Adel Daoud pleaded not guilty on charges alleging he tried to set off what he thought was a car bomb in downtown Chicago.

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A West suburban teen has pleaded not guilty to trying to set off what he thought was a car bomb next to a Chicago bar. Hillside resident Adel Daoud looked cheerful during Thursday's arraignment. He even joked to Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman about the maximum life sentence he faced, telling her it couldn't be longer.
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    • In this Sept. 17 courtroom sketch, Adel Daoud, 19, appears before a judge at federal court in Chicago.
    •  Ahmed Daoud responds to a question about his son, Adel, as his wife, Mona, listens in the federal courthouse lobby Thursday in Chicago. Adel Daoud pleaded not guilty on charges alleging he tried to set off what he thought was a car bomb in downtown Chicago.
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