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Court to allow Elhassani to depose witnesses allegedly enslaved by her husband

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Attorneys for the former Elkhart woman who is accused of providing material support to ISIS were in court on Monday seeking the court's approval to seek depositions from three people allegedly taken as slaves by her late husband.

Samantha Elhassani has been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS as well as aiding and abetting two individuals in providing material support to ISIS.

The judge approved Elhassani's request to seek the depositions from the witnesses.

Her attorney says the depositions will help in her defense.

Her trial is scheduled to begin in January.







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