Pennsylvania teen with more than 50 pro-ISIS Twitter accounts who threatened to ‘sever’ Obama’s head in the White House arrested in FBI raid
A Pennsylvania teenager who had more than 50 pro-ISIS Twitter accounts and threatened to behead US President Barack Obama inside the White House has been arrested by the FBI.
Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz, 19, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania was arrested after federal anti-terror agents raided the $122,000 three-bedroom home he shares with his parents after tracking down the IP address used on his allegedly pro-terror Twitter accounts.
According to documents lodged at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Aziz ‘espouses violent jihadist beliefs and is a fervent supporter of a foreign terrorist organisation known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant’.
Aziz is accused of conspiring with others to travel to Syria to fight with ISIS, while trying to radicalise and recruit others to his cause.
During a raid at his home on November 27, officers recovered ‘a tactical-style backpack’ in his closet. The bag contained ‘five M4-style high-capacity magazines loaded with 5.56 ammunition, a modified kitchen knife with the handle removed’.
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