Brentwood terror suspect called 'good guy'

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Marcos Alonso Zea, 25, of Brentwood -- accused by federal prosecutors of plotting to join al-Qaida and conspiring with a Long Island teenager to wage "violent jihad" -- is a "good guy," according to his parents, Alvaro and Sandra Zea, who deny their son was involved with terrorism and are shocked by the charges against him. Videojournalist: Chuck Fadely (Oct. 18, 2013)

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