Guilty on all counts.
That was the verdict Tuesday from the jury in the terrorism case of Tarek Mehanna.
The jury in Boston convicted him of conspiring to help al-Qaeda and plotting to kill US soldiers in Iraq.
After Tuesday's verdict, the 29-year-old defendant could be sentenced to life in a prison.
Prosecutors in the case said that Mehanna was born and raised in a Boston suburb and traveled to Yemen to attend a training camp.
His defense lawyers said it was to study Islam.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to David Cole, professor of Law at the Georgetown University, about the verdict.