Prosecutors tried to tack another 10 years on to the imam's sentence, but a Clinton-appointed judge ixnayed that.
Some relevant links here, here, here, and here.
Here's a 2015 money quote from a CAIR spokesman:
Hassan Shibly, an attorney with the Council on American-Islamic Relations who had advocated on behalf of Robertson and met with him in prison, cited the judge’s ruling as a rare positive legal precedent in post-9/11 terrorism prosecutions. “This is a huge blow to the FBI’s attempts to criminalize first amendment protected activity and maliciously entrap and prosecute American Muslims,” Shibly said. “We repeatedly warned the U.S. Attorney’s office that their charges were baseless and would be thrown out by any fair judge. We were proven right, and they should frankly be ashamed of themselves today.”If the Fox News-reported links between the terrorist, the imam, and the Clinton-appointed judge prove true, this is going to be a bombshell.