RIVERDALE - Supporters came together in Manhattan to rally for the four men accused of attempting to bomb two synagogues in Riverdale and an airport in Westchester.
The men, known as the Newburgh Four, were arrested in April of last year and have been claiming that the federal government entrapped them.
Support is now growing for the four suspects. The supporters claim that the government is actively trying to entrap Muslims.
Others, however, are more indifferent toward the case, saying that both sides are to blame.
The suspects are expected to appear before a judge again Aug. 23.