So Mohamed is a native of Sierra Leone but we know nothing else. Wouldn’t it be great to get the full story from the press? He met someone with ISIS during a trip to Africa who helped him become radicalized…sounds like this guy was heading in that direction long before he was with the National Guard…

Authorities arrested a former U.S. soldier with the National Guard Sunday for actively plotting with a foreign Islamic State source to carry out a “Fort Hood” style terrorist attack.

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Mohamed Jalloh, 26, from Sterling, Va., will appear in Alexandria court Tuesday, charged with attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization. Jalloh served in the Army National Guard but quit the service after being inspired by a number of online lecture videos of Anwar al-Awlaki, a now-deceased radical cleric. Jalloh bought an assault rifle as part of an FBI sting Saturday after many failed attempts due to improper paperwork, reports WJLA.

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Before the FBI began its investigation Jalloh was already speaking with an unidentified ISIS member he likely met on a trip to Africa.

“Nidal Hasan type of things,” Jalloh told the FBI informant regarding his intentions. “That’s the kind of stuff I started thinking.”

Via: Daily Caller


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