Chelsea bomber, Ahmad Rahimi sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison

Ahmad Rahimi

Chelsea bomber Ahmad Rahimi was sentenced Tuesday to multiple terms of life in prison for setting off a shrapnel-packed explosive that injured 30 people.

Manhattan Federal Court Judge Richard Berman slapped him the 30-year-old terrorist with two life terms plus 30 years.

“One thing a life sentence does is to make sure you don’t do it again,” Berman said.

Rahimi was found guilty on eight counts — including using a weapon of mass destruction and bombing a public place — on Oct. 16 following a two-week trial.


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