It was the biggest international criminal case in South Florida since the 2001 Cuban spies trial. The world was watching.

On Thursday, a federal jury in Miami, after a three-month trial and 11 hours of deliberation, found Jose Padilla and co-defendants Adham Hassoun and Kifah Jayyousi guilty on all counts of conspiring to support terrorism overseas. They face life in prison.

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