Two New England men are due in court in Boston on Friday for a hearing tied to charges they plotted to help the militant group Islamic State by beheading Massachusetts police officers. David Wright of Massachusetts, and Nicholas Rovinski of Rhode Island, will appear for a detention hearing at 2 p.m. Wright was arrested by police in Boston on June 2, the same day that officers shot dead a third man, Usaamah Abdullah Rahim, while trying to question him about the beheading plot. Authorities said Rahim threatened the officers with a knife.
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