There are an increasing number of fools who want to join ISIS. Any American who wants to join them should immediately be deported to ISIS and stripped of their US citizenship.
One of the key things people keep saying about ISIS sympathizers is that they are mentally disturbed. Should that give them a pass for threatening terrorism or actually carrying out a terror attack?
A Pensacola man has been arrested on federal charges of mailing threatening communications after he allegedly mailed a letter to Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan on behalf of ISIS.
In his letter, Regis L. Walker, 30, allegedly claimed that 10 people who had joined ISIS would simultaneously attack military bases, beaches and schools at a nonspecific time. The writer said five to 10 attacks could not be stopped as law enforcement “cannot be everywhere at once,” and that the attackers planned on “not giving up” and “dying.”
The note was signed as “ISIS ALLAH” and reportedly sent from “Allah Ali, I Isis BIvd Pensacola, Florida.”
The Sheriff’s Department gave the letter to a special agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement who is assigned to the Pensacola Regional Operations Center and detached to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorism Task Force. The FDLE Crime Laboratory obtained three latent prints belonging to Walker on the letter and envelope.
The punishment for the alleged crime is a maximum of five years in prison. Walker will remain in the custody of the U.S. Marshals at the Santa Rosa County Jail pending further judicial proceedings. Future court appearances will take place in the U.S. District Court in Pensacola.
Walker is a registered sex offender and has a prior conviction for aggravated assault. He was arrested in June on unrelated harassment charges.
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