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The Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office released the following statement Sunday following charges against two men in connection with NATO related investigations:

“While the cases that were charged in court today arose from related investigations, the two defendants are not charged with any involvement in the terrorist case from yesterday, and today’s cases are separate matters. The two defendants listed below each face their own charges arising from separate incidents.”

 SEBASTIAN SENAKIEWICZ, aka “Sabi,” was charged with Knowingly Making a False Terrorist Threat (Class 1 Felony).  Bond was set today at $750,000 and Senakiewicz is due to appear in Cook County Circuit Court again on May 23.

MARK NEIWEEM, aka “Migs,” was charged with Solicitation for Possession of Explosives and Incendiary Devices (Class 3 Felony) Bond was set today at $500,000 and Neiweem is scheduled to appear in Cook County Circuit Court again on May 23.



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