Abu Hamza's Lawyer: Plea Deal Is Possible

Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Jeremy Schneider, a lawyer appointed by a Manhattan federal judge to represent alleged al Qaeda member Abu Hamza, says he's interested in speaking to prosecutors about a plea deal. He declined to say whether his client would accept a deal. Hamza is the former imam of London's Finsbury Park mosque, where shoe bomber Richard Reid and "20th hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui once worshiped. Hamza is charged with trying to set up a terrorist training camp in Oregon, among other charges. Several al Qaeda members tried in U.S. courts have refused to deal with court-appointed counsel, but so far, Hamza and his lawyer are communicating "very well," Schneider tells Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck.

Germany Will Back Deutsche Bank If Needed: John Mack
25:26 - Dean Maki of Point72 Asset Management and John Mack, vice chairman at BKM Capital Partners, discuss the selloff in Japanese markets, potential solutions for Deutsche Bank, and preview today's Capitol Hill testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. They speak on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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