Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence a Dayton man convicted of attempting to join a foreign terrorist organization to 30 to 40 years, in part because Laith Alebbini did not plead guilty, apologize or cooperate.

Alebbini, 28, was convicted last year of conspiracy and attempting to fly overseas to join ISIS. U.S. District Court Judge Walter Rice found Alebbini guilty after a bench trial.

Alebbini is scheduled to be sentenced May 2 in Dayton’s U.S. District Court.

His federal public defender, Thomas Anderson, has asked for a minimal sentence and argued that the sentencing calculation for Alebbini’s crimes would be 63 to 78 months if not for a terrorism enhancement that bumps it to 360 to 480 months.

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