Dec. 7 (Bloomberg) -- A New York man accused in a foiled plot to conduct suicide bombings on the city’s subways last year sought to suppress statements he made to federal agents after his arrest.
Adis Medunjanin, in filings in federal court in Brooklyn yesterday, said he never waived his right to a lawyer. The court filings don’t mention what Medunjanin told authorities about the case. Medunjanin pleaded not guilty Aug. 6.
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