A federal judge has delayed sentencing for a Yemeni man for the second time in two weeks. US District Judge Bill Wilson delayed the sentencing of 39-year-old Nasser Ameri until August Sixth. Ameri was convicted in January of identity theft and document fraud. Jurors found Ameri guilty on 18 of 103 counts related to false drivers licenses and identification cards found at his Little Rock apartment. He had lived in Little Rock for 17 years. Ameri originally told police he was a terrorist, but investigators could find no link between him a terror groups.