Ali Muhammad Brown is charged with the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin in June, 2014.
Reports say Brown executed Tevlin at a traffic light in New Jersey. His motive was an expression of frustration with the U.S. government's military involvement in the Middle East.
The 30-year-old Muslim was charged with murder and terrorism.
Brown also faces three aggravated murder charges in Seattle, Washington.
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A Washington state man has pleaded not guilty to murder and terrorism charges for the 2014 killing of a New Jersey college student.
NJ.com reports that Ali Muhammad Brown entered his pleas Tuesday during a brief court hearing.
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office has said the 30-year-old Seattle man is the first person to be charged in New Jersey with terrorism connected to a murder case.
Brown is charged with the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin last June. Tevlin was stopped at a traffic light in northern New Jersey when he was shot.
Prosecutors say Brown is a self-described Muslim. He faces three aggravated murder charges in Seattle. Authorities said last year the killings were part of a crusade to punish the U.S. government for its foreign policies toward Islamic states.
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