A federal jury in Miami still has reached no verdict in the case of a Muslim cleric accused of sending money to the Pakistani Taliban terror organization.
The 12-person panel has asked two questions about constitutional law but otherwise hasn't indicated where deliberations stand for 77-year-old Hafiz Khan. They will be back at it Thursday in federal court.
Khan is accused of funneling about $50,000 to the Pakistani Taliban, which has been linked to numerous violent attacks including the 2010 attempt to bomb New York's Times Square.
Kahn testified the money was for family, for charity, and for a religious school he owns in Pakistan's Swat Valley. He denied supporting the Taliban.
If convicted, Khan faces up to 15 years in prison on each of four terrorism support-related charges.