The Assoicated Press reports a man who allegedly contacted a terror suspect who's wanted in Minnesota for his ties to al-Shabaab has been charged with lying to the FBI, according to an indictment recently unsealed in federal court. Mahdi Hussein Furreh was indicted in U.S. District Court in Minnesota on one count of making a false statement. He's expected to plead guilty Friday. According to the Sept. 24 indictment, Furreh lied to the FBI in January when he denied knowing anyone by the name of "Adaway," even though the name was listed in his cellphone address book. He also told agents he had not contacted anyone by that name in March or April 2013. The indictment says that in fact, Furreh knew "Adaway" was a nickname for Cabdulaahi Ahmed Faarax, a Minnesota man who is at large and accused of encouraging local Somalis to return to their homeland and join al-Shabaab.