BY CASSELL BRYAN-LOW
LONDONA U.K. jury has found a former British Airways software engineer guilty of using his job to prepare terrorist acts and plotting with U.S.-born radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki to do so.
The verdict concludes a closely watched case that provided a rare instance of a major airline being successfully infiltrated by someone with al Qaeda connections.
Prosecutors charged Rajib Karim, a Bangladeshi national who arrived in the U.K. in late 2006, with what they called a "chilling plan" to use his job at the airline to blow up a passenger plane.
On Monday afternoon, a jury found him guilty of ...