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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) -- Federal authorities have charged a Texas man with threatening to bomb a mosque under construction in Tennessee on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Two indictments were filed Thursday in Nashville against 24-year-old Javier Alan Correa of Corpus Christi.
Authorities said Correa is accused of calling the mosque in Murfreesboro last September and leaving an expletive-riddled message that said there would be a bomb in the building on 9/11.
Correa also is charged with violating the civil rights of members of the mosque by using a threat of force to interfere with the free exercise of religious belief.
The mosque has been at the center of a fierce debate since 2010. Opponents recently prevailed in a court case that challenged its construction.
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