From Eyewitness News:
Adis Medunjanin, who was interviewed twice in the immediate aftermath of the bomb plot, left his Flushing home driving erratically following the execution of the warrant there, investigators said.
Medunjanin's attorney, Robert Gottlieb, said investigators were looking to seize his passport.
Law enforcement sources said a surveillance team was following Medunjanin, who they said rear ended another vehicle at the Whitestone Expressway and then attempted to flee the scene.
Medunjanin was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
He was treated for injuries sustained in the accident at New York Hospital Queens. He was then taken by investigators to the 109th precinct stationhouse in Flushing for questioning.
From the Times Ledger:
The former president of the nonprofit that acts as landlord to Woodside’s Razi school and is suspected of laundering money for the Iranian government pleaded guilty last week to destroying documents related to the case, the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan said.
Farshid Jahedi, 55, admitted to two counts of felony obstruction of justice last Thursday for destroying the documents in December 2008 after receiving a federal grand jury subpoena requesting records tying the nonprofit Alavi Foundation to Bank Melli Iran, which is owned by the Iranian government. He faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of as much as $250,000, federal prosecutors said.
FBI agents saw Jahedi tossing out torn documents near his home in Ardsley, N.Y., Dec. 18, 2008, the day after he was subpoenaed and cautioned not to destroy any records, the U.S. attorney’s office said. He was arrested the next day.