An American jihadist who used a paintball park to train for combat will be freed after serving 14 years of his 65-year sentence, a Virginia judge ruled Friday.
Seifullah Chapman, 45, was a member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terror group who traveled to Pakistan in August 2001 to train in its camps.
Chapman, an American citizen, was convicted on terrorism charges in 2004. But a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling in April — in which conservative darling Neil Gorsuch voted with the court’s four liberal justices — struck down the law that defined Chapman’s crimes.
“The Constitution looks unkindly on any law so vague that reasonable people cannot understand its terms and judges do not know where to begin in applying it,” Gorsuch wrote.
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