Feds: Altar boy-turned-jihadist is most ‘valuable’ informant

A former altar boy from Queens who ran away from home to join al Qaeda has been one of the “single most valuable cooperating witnesses” the feds have ever had — dishing on so many secrets that his potential life sentence was reduced to time served Thursday. Bryant Neal Vinas, 34, has helped open and…

A former altar boy from Queens who ran away from home to join al Qaeda has been one of the “single most valuable cooperating witnesses” the feds have ever had — dishing on so many secrets that his potential life sentence was reduced to time served Thursday. Bryant Neal Vinas, 34, has helped open and...

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