Un uomo della Carolina del Sud accusato di aver discusso di attacchi alla Trump Tower si dichiara colpevole della cospirazione dell'ISIS

Un uomo della Carolina del Sud accusato di aver discusso di attacchi alla Trump Tower si dichiara colpevole della cospirazione dell'ISIS

UN Carolina del Sud uomo dichiarato colpevole Tuesday to sharing bomb-making information with another man in support of the Stato islamico terror group.

Kristopher Sean Matthews, 34, who goes by Ali Jibreel, entered his plea in San Antonio, Texas, to a charge of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization.

He admitted to federal prosecutors that he conspired with 22-year-old Jaylyn Christopher Molina, of Cost, Texas, il Dipartimento di Giustizia disse. Molina goes by Abdur Rahim.

Kristopher Sean Matthews

Kristopher Sean Matthews (Kershaw County Detention Center)

Da 2019, Matthews has shared bomb-making information with Molina with the intent of committing attacks in the United States and abroad on behalf of ISIS, federal prosecutors said. The pair discussed conducting terrorist attacks and the promotion of radical Islamic ideology in internet chatrooms, hanno detto le autorità.

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According to court documents obtained by WACH-TV, Matthews advised on attack plots and shooting up sites like the White House, Trump Tower in New York and the New York Stock Exchange. He allegedly discouraged targeting shopping mallswhere innocent children are.

Matthews faces up to 20 anni di prigione. His next court date is March 4.

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