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>> 29-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi was found guilty Monday and faces mandatory life in prison for planting two bombs in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood in September 2016. One of which exploded, wounding 30 people.>> Today's verdict is a victory for New York City. It's a victory for America in its fight against terror.
>> What's your name?>> The New Jersey man known as the Chelsea Bomber is a US citizen who was born in Afghanistan. He was found guilty by federal jury in New York.>>
]>> Surveillance video showed Rahimi hours before the explosion walking with two suitcases and leaving one suitcase near a trash can.
More video showing one of the bombs going off, blowing out windows and sending shrapnel into cars and people. Rahimi was arrested two days later in a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey. Over the course of the two-week trial in New York, prosecutors read from a bloody journal Rahimi was carrying, praising Osama Bin Laden and writing, quote, the sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets.
Authorities say the bomb was made by using a pressure cooker and a cellphone timer. Rahimi is scheduled to be sentenced on January 18th. He continues to face separate New Jersey charges over accusations that he planted a bomb on the route of a charity race which exploded without any injuries.