NEW YORK - A Pakistani man accused of plotting terror attacks in England and the US pleaded not guilty in New York on Monday to plotting to bomb the City's subway.
Naseer's court-appointed Attorney, Steven Brounstein, entered the not guilty plea on behalf of his client and declined to answer questions from the Press.
Naseer was indicted in November 2010 in Brooklyn on a charge of providing material support for al Qaeda.
The indictment was part of a larger case involving three men who were convicted of plotting to blow up New York subways during rush hour.
Britain extradited Naseer last week. His next court date was set for March 7th.