This undated photo provided by the St. Charles County Jail via St. Louis Post Dispatch, shows Sedina Hodzic. Hodzic, a Bosnian immigrant accused of funneling money and military supplies to terror groups in Iraq and Syria will remain in federal custody, after her lawyer told a judge Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015, that he wants clarity on her immigration status before seeking bond. She is among six people named in a federal indictment earlier this month. Her husband, Ramiz Hodzic, and another man were also named, along with two people from Illinois and one from New York State. (AP Photo/St. Charles County Jail via St. Louis Post Dispatch)
(The Associated Press)
ST. LOUIS – One of six Bosnian immigrants accused of funneling money and military supplies to terror groups faces a hearing Friday to determine if he must remain jailed until trial.
Ramiz Hodzic of St. Louis County is accused of using social media, PayPal, Western Union and the U.S. Postal Service to coordinate shipments of money and supplies to groups in Iraq and Syria. He has pleaded not guilty.
His wife, Sedina Hodzic, remains in federal custody after her lawyer said this week he wants clarity on her immigration status.
The other people indicted are from St. Louis County, Schiller Park and Rockford, Illinois, and Utica, New York.