NEW YORK - (AP) - The Pakistani immigrant who tried to set off acar bomb in Times Square is headed to prison for life. FaisalShahzad told a judge in New York he felt noremorse about his May bombing attempt and that a defeat of theUnited States is imminent. U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum told Shahzad shehopes he spends some of his time behind bars thinking "carefullyabout whether the Quran wants you to kill lots of people." Shahzad, a former budget analyst from Connecticut, was arrestedtwo days after his May 1 attempted bombing. He pleaded guilty inJune to 10 terrorism and weapons counts. The massive bomb he put in the back of an SUV smoked but did notexplode, attracting the attention of a street vendor, who alertedpolice.U. of Bridgeport reacts to Shahzad arrestNY car bomb suspect believed to act alone in U.S.