U.S. prosecutors have turned to an old strategy with terrorist detainees by offering plea bargains in exchange for testimony, sources tell The Miami Herald. Majid Khan, 32, who spent his teenage years in the Baltimore area and returned to Pakistan after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, is expected to plead guilty Wednesday, the newspaper said. Khan allegedly volunteered for an attempt to kill former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and acted as a courier to carry money to Thailand for a deadly bombing at the Marriott Hotel in Bangkok in 2003. Sources told the Herald Khan has agreed to testify at military commissions in exchange for allowing him to return to Pakistan. Khan was living legally with his parents in Baltimore when he returned to Pakistan against their wishes. President George W. Bush announced his arrest in 2006.
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