Anes Subasic, a refugee from Bosnia and one of eight men charged in a terrorist plot, was ordered by a U.S. magistrate to stay in jail until his trial.
U.S. Magistrate Judge William A. Webb said he found much of the evidence about the terrorist plot to be convincing.
"These are men discussing a conspiracy to go overseas and commit terrorist acts," Webb said. "There are shocking bits of information about acts of domestic terrorism."
Last week, a federal magistrate ruled that six of his co-defendants posed enough of a threat to the community to remain in prison.
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Subasic's hearing was continued to today after the courts determined he needed another translator. He also will be represented by a new attorney.
Subasic's father, Dragan Subasic, had told the court last week that he would be willing to supervise his son should the courts release him to his care.