Chelsea Bomber Gets Multiple Life Prison Sentences
NEVER GETTING OUT
The man who set off multiple small bombs on a Manhattan street and during a New Jersey charity race has been sentenced to multiple life sentences in prison. Ahmad Khan, now infamously known as the “Chelsea Bomber,” injured 30 Manhattan bystanders with a pressure-cooker bomb just hours after setting off a pipe bomb near the Marine Corps road race in New Jersey. When the Afghanistan-born Khan spoke at his sentencing Tuesday, he said that he does not “harbor hate for anyone.” Prosecutors claimed that Kahn has attempted to radicalize fellow inmates, while his defense attorney says that he once wanted to be a police officer.