A plea deal has been reached for the terror suspect accused of plotting to attack New York City on the anniversary of 9/11.
Najibullah Zazi plead guilty, Monday, to conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction and supporting terror. He has reportedly been cooperating with investigators.
Officials said the Denver airport shuttle driver had high-level contacts with al Qaeda in Afghanistan. The terrorist group recruited Zazi to detonate homemade backpack bombs in New York's transit.
CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck has more on what this plea deal could mean for other terrorism cases. Click play for his comments.