FBI Foils Illinois Guardsman’s ISIS Terrorism Plans

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Authorities arrested an Illinois Army National Guardsman after he attempted to travel to Libya and fight with the Islamic State and join his cousin in a plot to attack a U.S. military installation and kill scores, the Washington Post reports. Federal prosecutors announced Thursday that Hasan Rasheed Edmonds, 22, and his cousin Jonas Marcel Edmonds, 29, both of Aurora, Ill., were charged with conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization. FBI agents intercepted Hasan Edmonds at Chicago Midway International Airport on Wednesday evening before he was able to board a flight to Detroit . . .

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