Haitian man, acquitted in a 2007 terror plot, lost an appeal to reverse his deportation

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MIAMI -- A Haitian man who was acquitted in a 2007 terror plot has lost an appeal to reverse his deportation last month.
Lyglenson Lemorin was acquitted of a plot to destroy the Sears Tower in Chicago. Five others were convicted in the case. Lemorin was a lawful U.S. resident, but federal officials said he remained a national security threat.
Earlier this month, a three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta denied Lemorin's deportation appeal.
Lemorin's attorney says he will ask the full appellate court to reconsider the appeal.
Lemorin was among 27 Haitians deported Jan. 20. He was the only one not convicted of a crime. It was the first group of deportees returned to Haiti by U.S. immigration authorities since the 2010 earthquake

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