New York: Muslim Gets 20 Years for New Year’s Eve Plot to Kill Americans

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As previously reported, he was:

Raised as a Christian, he converted to Islam while serving a five-year prison sentence for robbery…


The latest via: Lutchman sentenced for planning ISIS-inspired attack in 2015 | WHAM

Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) – Emanuel Lutchman, the man who pleaded guilty to planning an ISIS-inspired attack in Rochester back in 2015, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Thursday morning.

Lutchman, 26, pleaded guilty back in August to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a terrorist organization.

Authorities say he planned to bomb, stab and kidnap patrons at the Merchants Grill on New Year’s Eve in 2015.

According to a criminal complaint filed in federal court, Lutchman told confidential sources working with the FBI, “I will take a life. I don’t have a problem with that.”

Several past arrests have indicated Lutchman has mental health concerns. These indications are backed up by interviews with Lutchman’s family members, who said it started when he was 12 years old and was involved in a serious car crash in Syracuse.

Court paperwork filed this week show Lutchman sent a letter to the federal judge in charge of his sentencing, along with several others who are supporting Lutchman.

Lutchman faced a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison, along with a $250,000 fine and a lifetime term of supervised release.

Lutchman is not the first person in Rochester to be arrested in connection with a plot to kill U.S. citizens in the name of ISIS. In March 2016, Mufid Elfgeeh was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for attempting to provide material support to ISIS.

Elfgeeh operated a convenience store and pizza shop in Rochester at the time of his arrest in 2014.


Update:  Courtroom outburst, ‘there’s going to be more of us’

Emanuel Lutchman, 26, wrote before the sentencing that he had moved on from a “radical Islamic ideology,” but after drawing a sentence twice as long as his lawyer had sought, became agitated.

“You think because I’m going to be incarcerated there aren’t going to be more of us that rise up?” he said while shouting and swearing at U.S. District Judge Frank Geraci.

In response, Geraci increased Lutchman’s supervised release after serving his time from 30 years to 50 years.

Geraci said Lutchman’s behavior in court showed otherwise and that he still adheres to his old beliefs.

“Yes I do,” Lutchman responded. “There’s going to be more of us.”

 

3 thoughts on “New York: Muslim Gets 20 Years for New Year’s Eve Plot to Kill Americans

  1. Why don’t they sentence this man to 40 years in prison instead? If I were a judge, I’ll sentence this guy to 40 years behind bars for his crime. However; he is sentenced to lifetime supervised release,–after his prison sentence. That means he will miss out on these Islamic activities, the internet, the outside world, the Quran, Hallal food, his family, and his job… if he has a job.
    Being Muslim doesn’t make you immuned to US laws that prevent terrorism, and other crimes.
    He was in prison earlier… but why he converted to Islam in the first place?

    • Muslim Imams go daily to prisons to convert the prisoners, and there is immense pressure from other Muslim inmates to convert. Europe and the UK have the same problems with Islamisation of the prison populations. Because this is “Religious teaching” the conversations and teaching done by Imams is private. Prison guards have no clue what the Imam is teaching.

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