CNN is reporting that an alleged ISIS supporter has been indicted on charges that he had planned to attack last year’s Super Bowl with pipe bombs. Charges include conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, interstate transportation of firearms with intent to commit a felony, making false statements, and other crimes.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem had previously been indicted on charges of arming and training the two men who were killed by security when they fired on Pamela Gellar’s “Draw Muhammad” art contest in Garland, Texas, in May.
The new indictment alleges that Kareem and others spent months attempting to acquire pipe bombs and researching what explosives would create maximum damage at University of Phoenix Stadium.
@cnnbrk just put him in the locker room with both teams and lock the door
— mike harrah (@lmfmike) December 26, 2015
— The Thinker (@ThaThinkingMan) December 26, 2015
— InThe7thDay (@InThe7thDay) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk I'm so happy he failed! Thank you Home Land security.
— Steve Shaffer (@sshaffer678) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk me or my family will not be anywhere near Super Bowl events this year.
— ayebaybay (@zay_baybay) December 26, 2015
— Guy (@guy1749) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk He needs stoned, or some form of public humiliation.
— My name is Jeff… (@phonidanza) December 26, 2015
— Dave Rowan (@DaveRowan07) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk There should be a death penalty for people like this. Planning to commit mass killings shouldn't be any different than if he did it.
— Jason Billings (@SingleDallasGuy) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk Try him for treason, public execution. Same for any others they find supporting radical Islam, incl all in Gitmo.
— Gonzo Rob (@gonzobigd) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk So he was living in a mosque where he was showing Isis videos, stalking soldiers & planning attacks. I'll bet no1 noticed, right?
— Wry Cracker (@WryCracker) December 26, 2015
— Prof. Erwin Corey (@ProfErwinCorey) December 26, 2015
@cnnbrk but I'm sure the stadium is a pipe bomb free zone do nothing would have happened
— Bradley Whitesell (@Brraddley) December 26, 2015