By DEANNA LASLEY
Landmark News Service
A high-profile federal prisoner prosecutors say was plotting to attack U.S. troops and other acts of terrorism has been held in isolation for more than a year in the Grayson County Detention Center in Leitchfield.
The prisoner, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi of Bowling Green, was delivered to the jail under an assumed name by U.S. marshals. On June 11, he appeared in a Bowling Green courtroom to ask to be released from isolation and, failing that, to be released on home incarceration.