Man charged with planning attack on last year’s Super Bowl
CNN is reporting that an alleged ISIS supporter has been indicted on charges that he had planned toattack 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 thatKareem and others spent months attempting to acquire pipe bombs and researching what explosives would create maximum damage atUniversity of Phoenix Stadium.
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