Skip to comments.NC man pleads to buying gun for terrorist jihad
Posted on 05/15/2013 2:33:47 AM PDT by markomalley
A North Carolina man who the FBI says spoke of killing U.S. Army soldiers as part of a personal jihad has pleaded guilty to possessing a stolen firearm.
In an affidavit filed with the court, FBI Special Agent Frank Brostrom said the 19-year-old from Fayetteville holds extremist Islamic views and told a government informant he would like to kill Fort Bragg soldiers.
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“So, just to be clear: this is your own personal jihad, right?”
“Yes, Sir. Exactly. Just like the Depeche Mode song, only Jihad.”
“Okay. And you are not connected with any other individuals that feel as you do, right? No pals, planners, mosque buddies, nothing like that?”
“Yes, Sir. Exactly. It’s just me.”
“Good. I don’t want to be a racist or anything - but - you PROMISE?”
“Yes, Sir. Cross my heart.”
More details at the FayOb
Send him to Gitmo with the rest of the trash.
He is armed with an illegally possessed weapon, but the soldiers on base cannot legally carry a weapon. I still cannot understand why military bases are gun-free zones. Sort of an oxymoron on steroids!
Proving once again that Islam is a mental illness.
kids with alcohol?
It's worse than that. Last Saturday I attempted to take my grandson to the Fort Bragg Fair and we were denied entry because a metal detector at the gate detected a small Swiss Army knife in my pocket.
Personal Jihad? Jihad is done for Allah, not the individual.
What are they going to tell us next, that there was no such thing as a NAZI blitzkreig, it was just a million lone-wolf Germans moving across France?
Because high ranking officers are more politician than warrior.
This kid may have a future in the Obama cult of the Democratic Party.
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