Alleged West Side bike path terrorist Sayfullo Saipov won a six-month delay of his death penalty trial from a Manhattan federal court judge on Tuesday.

U.S. District Judge Vincent Broderick said he was postponing the trial’s start from Oct. 7 to April 13 for reasons including delays caused by the government shutdown and State Department resistance to granting visas to Saipov’s family to assist his lawyers in preparing for trial.

Saipov, 31, of Paterson, N.J., a lawful permanent resident from Uzbekistan, is charged with using a rented van to fatally mow down eight pedestrians in what he allegedly later confessed was an attack inspired by the Islamic State on Halloween in 2017.

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