BRIDGEPORT - The Bridgeport resident behind the botched Times Square bombing was apparently planning another attack.

Prosecutors say Faisal Shahzad confessed to planning a second bombing in New York City.

It would have taken place two weeks after his failed attack on May 1.

Shahzad was arrested two days after trying to detonate a bomb-packed SUV in Times Square.

He pleaded guilty in June and is expected to get life in prison when sentenced next week.

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