The wife of a Pakistani man held on an immigration violation in Maine during the Times Square probe says he'll soon be released on bail.
Sara Rahman says she's in the process of making bond for her husband, Mohammad Shafiq Rahman. She says an immigration judge set bail this week at $10,000. It was not clear at midday if he would be released Friday or early next week. Rahman's lawyer says he has no connection to Faisal Shahzad, who pleaded guilty to 10 terrorism and weapons charges in the Times Square case.
Rahman was one of three Pakistani men in New England charged with immigration violations last month as authorities investigated the May 1 attempted car bombing.