For Supporting Isis Former US National Guard Member Gets 11 Years In Jail


She said the US Justice Department on Friday (February 10) that a former military members of the National Guard was given a sentence of 11 and five years supervised release of “attempting to provide material support” to a terrorist group Islamic State (Isis).

Mohamed Bailor Gallo, 27, of Sterling, Va., Had pleaded guilty to the crime on October 27, 2016. Court documents reportedly showed that he was inspired by the November attack in 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas, in which 13 people were killed and 32 others, it was “near” the implementation of a similar attack.

Said Jalloh said that extremism after listening to online lectures by Anwar al-Awlaki – the late leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, and then decided to resign from the Army National Guard, the state of Virginia. In March 2016, he submitted to the operative (Daesh) in the United States, which was in fact the human source of secret FBI (Faculty of Health Sciences).

The court documents showed also that the introduction took place after the Jalloh trip for six months for Africa. Members met in Nigeria later began his letters with online user is presented to a secret FBI agent.

During a meeting with the Faculty of Health Sciences, said Jalloh ask for help in directing the donation to the jihadi group Later, the pre-paid cash transfers of $ 500 (£ 400,40) to counterfeit and communication provided by the FBI agent. The Justice Department said Jalloh was arrested later when he tried unsuccessfully to secure firearms in the state of North Carolina.

At the same time, the Justice Department said in a separate statement that the two New Yorkers – Munther Omar Saleh, 21, and Fred Mumuni, 22 – pleaded guilty on Friday in multiple accusations of support for Ooncttha, including assault and murder federal officers.