Polish Immigrant Convicted Of NATO Bomb Threat DeportedA man convicted of making false terrorist threats during the NATO Summit in 2012 has been deported to Poland after serving his sentence, federal officials said.
City To Use Leftover NATO Funds To Expand Summer Programs At ParksThe Emanuel administration has committed $750,000 in leftover NATO Summit funds to offer more nighttime events at city parks this summer.
NATO Protester Suing City Over Arrest, Claiming Cops Beat HimA man arrested during last year’s NATO protests is suing the city, claiming Chicago Police beat and dragged him after he was involuntarily pushed into a line of officers.
'NATO 3' Ask Judge To Toss Terrorism ChargesLawyers for three out-of-state men known as the "NATO 3" – who have been accused of plotting to firebomb political targets during the NATO Summit last spring – have asked a Cook County judge to dismiss the terrorism charges against them.
Occupy Chicago Rallies In Support Of Jailed 'NATO 5' ProtestersMark Neiweem is behind bars, accused of trying to sabotage the NATO Summit in May.
Man Pleads Guilty To Fake NATO Bomb ThreatA Northwest Side man arrested on a terrorism charge just before the May NATO Summit in May pleaded guilty Tuesday and was sentenced to four years in prison and deportation.
Unused NATO Summit Funds To Go Toward City Parks A $6.5 million combination of NATO legacy and Chicago Park District capital funds will be invested in neighborhood and transformative park projects across the city, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on Saturday.
'NATO 3' Plead Not Guilty To Firebombing PlotThree anti-NATO protesters have pleaded not guilty to charges they were planning to use Molotov cocktails to attack Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s home, President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters, and several police stations.

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