North Carolina: Muslim teen plotted to kill 1,000 Americans under guidance of Islamic terrorist

As we noted in June, via North Carolina: Father Tips Off Police to Muslim-Convert Son’s Jihad Sympathies

Sullivan told him [undercover agent] he had converted to Islam, and was a “mujahid.”

Sullivan wrote the undercover officer, “500 is an incorrect body count.” He said 1,000 was correct, “I’m thinking about using biological weapons … coat our bullets with cyanide … and then set off a gas bomb to finish the rest.”

In one of his last conversations with the undercover agent, authorities said Sullivan talked about a second attack, “we could use a U-Haul packed with bombs and then detonate it.”

The latest update via: Indictment: Man spoke with IS while planning attack in US – The Washington Post

The indictment filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charlotte said Justin Nojan Sullivan spoke with Junaid Hussain in June 2015 via social media about making a video of a terrorist attack in the U.S. to be used by IS.

The original indictment unsealed in February accused Sullivan of killing his neighbor and stealing his money so he could buy an assault rifle to carry out an IS-inspired shooting at a concert or club. The indictment said Sullivan offered an undercover FBI employee money to kill his parents, who he believed would interfere with his plans.

In the initial indictment, Sullivan was accused of planning to use an assault rifle and silencer to carry out an attack at a concert, bar or club, which he believed would kill as many as 1,000 people.

A grand jury in Burke County also indicted Sullivan in February on a murder charge in the death of 74-year-old John Bailey Clark, who lived a few doors down from him, said District Attorney David Learner.

In December 2014, he used a .22-caliber rifle stolen from his father’s gun cabinet to shoot Clark in the head, the federal indictment said. A news release said forensic testing shows the rifle was used to kill Clark.

Federal authorities said they began investigating Sullivan after his father called 911 in April 2015 saying his son was destroying religious items in their home in Morganton. He was arrested at the family’s home without incident on June 19, and later told investigators that he planned to carry out an attack in the coming days when his parents were expected to be out of town, investigators have said.


More via: Morganton teen Islamic State group suspect spoke with high-ranking terrorist | WSOC-TV

Residents are reacting to new charges against a teen accused of supporting the Islamic State group by planning a terror attack in North Carolina.

An enhanced indictment said that while 19-year-old Justin Sullivan lived in Morganton with his parents, he had researched firearms and plotted to kill at least 1,000 people.

Now, he’s accused of planning the attack under the guidance of one of the most sought-after terror suspects in the world.

“I’m surprised in this little neighborhood,” resident Travis Baker said.

Baker and his neighbors have been rocked by one shock after another.

In June of 2015, authorities arrested Sullivan for allegedly plotting a terror attack.

Months later, Sullivan was charged with killing his neighbor as a practice target. New charges allege Sullivan was being mentored by Junaid Hussain, a high-ranking member of the Islamic State group.

“That was real shocking there,” Baker said. “Someone from here, this little country town, to get ahold of someone from ISIS.”

Terrorism expert Ross Bulla said the terror group has a tough screening process and that if Sullivan had a mentor, the Islamic State group believed he had access to weapons and the motivation to carry out an attack.

“This boy that looks like he is 12 years old walking into the courthouse is in direct communication and being mentored by the third highest-ranking member in the worst terror organization in the world,” Bulla said.

Bulla also said he believes there are more aspiring terrorists in the state.

“Absolutely. We are in a section of the country that is ripe with groups that practice hateful ideology and inspire lone wolf behaviors,” Bulla said.

Sullivan is in federal custody and his trial is set for Oct 31.


Someone should interview Bulla to get more details on these groups in North Carolina. Reader’s here know North Carolina is a hotbed for jihadist activity., but citizens should know to whom Bulla is referring.

North Carolina: ISIS Recruiter Arrested, Targeted Americans, Popular Blogger

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He is being charged in Ohio. Source: North Carolina Man Charged with Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIL | OPA | Department of Justice

A Charlotte, North Carolina, man was arrested this morning on a federal complaint charging him with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

Erick Jamal Hendricks, 35, tried to recruit people to train together and conduct terrorist attacks in the United States on behalf of ISIL, according to a criminal complaint unsealed today in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Ohio.

According to the complaint, in June 2015, an individual (CW-1) was arrested in the Northern District of Ohio after attempting to purchase an AK-47 assault rifle and ammunition from an undercover law enforcement officer.  CW-1 had pledged allegiance to ISIL in social media and made statements expressing interest in conducting attacks in the United States.

Hendricks had contacted CW-1 over social media to recruit him in the spring of 2015, according to the complaint.  Hendricks allegedly told CW-1 that he “needed people” and wanted to meet in person; that there were several “brothers” located in Texas and Mexico; that he was attempting to “get brothers to meet face to face;” and that he wanted “to get brothers to train together.

According to the complaint, CW-1 said that Hendricks tested his religious knowledge and commitment, inquiring about his willingness to commit “jihad,” to die as a “martyr” and his desire to enter “jannah” (paradise).  CW-1 understood these statements to mean that Hendricks was recruiting people to train together for the purpose of conducting a terrorist attack in the U.S. and to see if CW-1 was suitable for recruitment, according to the allegations.  CW-1 allegedly believed that Hendricks and the “brothers in Texas and Mexico” may have been responsible for a thwarted terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, on May 3, 2015, and therefore CW-1 decided to stay away from social media for a period following the attack to minimize detection by law enforcement. Continue reading

North Carolina Churches, Reverends Publish Full Page Newspaper Ad for Mosque

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Top and bottom of full page ad for mosque

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Citizens are waking up. Source: Should Christians Welcome Muslims and Support Mosques?

This post was written as a response to a full page ad that appeared in my local Burlington, NC paper, The Times-News, on February 25, 2016 titled: “Appeal for Support of Alamance County’s First Mosque” (click here for a PDF of the page). This full page ad was paid for by an anonymous person and signed by several organizations, individuals, and churches. Yes Christian churches.

This “ad”, supporting the first mosque in our county, misrepresented Islam, Mosques, Christians, Christianity, and the 1st Amendment. While I’m not an expert on Islam, I have read a great deal about it.  I’ve learned it’s NOT something most Americans would welcome as the dominate force in this country… and being the dominate force is where Islam seeks its equilibrium.

The “ad” in the paper mentioned the “three Abrahamic” faiths: just because you can trace the three Abrahamic faiths back to Abraham does not mean they are equal faiths, or share the same God for that matter.  They are not equal.  As Christians we are primarily concerned with the words and works of Jesus.  Jesus was peaceful and died to save us from our sins, and not just any death, he was tortured and then nailed to a cross.  Muslims are primarily concerned with the commands of Muhammad, a violent warrior who conquered by bloodshed and death.

Many Protestant denominations have been taken over by socialists and progressives.  The ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) is a good example of this.  In 2015, the Lutheran Social Services (LSS) of Minnesota created a 61 page booklet titled “My Neighbor is a Muslim” that paints a false representation of Islam, just like the “ad” in my local paper was inaccurate.  They did this to try and soften the opposition to the thousands of Somali refugees they’re bringing into that area.  Jodi Harpstead, CEO of LSS makes over $300,000 a year to do this. The Muslim Imam assisting with this booklet is a supporter of the terrorist group Hamas, believes Sha’ria law should be the law in U.S. areas where Muslims are the majority, heads one of two mosques where Somali youth have left to fight for a terrorist organization, and was refused government security clearance.  This is not isolated, this type of propaganda is rampantly being created and disseminated.  Here is a website, Exposing the ELCA that tracks the downfall of the ELCA.

During the recent 2016 primary elections in parts of Minnesota, reporters could not report on some candidates because only Somali was spoken: Candidates Speak Only in Somali at Minnesota DFL Caucus. This is where we’re headed, and is a direct result of the above mentioned efforts by the ELCA, our government, and others to flood the USA with Muslim refugees.  It’s unlikely the mosques these Muslims are attending are going to make Americans out of them, rather they will try to change America to their vision: they’re bringing their country with them.


Read it all, particularly the conclusion. And read the full-page ad that includes what are either outright lies or utter ignorance.

All very bizarre considering the extensive jihad activity in North Carolina.

North Carolina: 2 Muslims who sought jihad sentenced to prison

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Source: Raleigh men who sought to fight in Syria sentenced to prison :: WRAL.com

Authorities say two Raleigh men who were thwarted from traveling to either Syria or Yemen to join a jihadist group have been sentenced to federal prison.

Federal prosecutors said Tuesday that Avin Marsalis Brown and Akba Jihad Jordan, both 23, were sentenced after earlier pleading guilty to conspiracy to provide material support for terrorism.

U.S. District Judge Louise Flanagan sentenced Brown to 92 months [7 1/2 years] in prison and Jordan to nine years imprisonment.

Prosecutors said the men spoke repeatedly with an FBI informant about their desire to travel overseas to fight with extremist groups including al-Qaeda and the Islamic State group.

Authorities say that, starting in 2013, the pair also discussed weapons to use for attacks. Investigators later recovered an AK-47 assault rifle and ammunition from Jordan’s apartment.

The case was the subject of WRAL investigates report in 2014 when a news crew traced undercover surveillance aircraft circling a north Raleigh neighborhood where Jordan lived.


From a previous post on the arrest of these two Muhammadans:

Brown claimed to have a friend in Syria who was shot in the foot. Both men watched carefully when federal authorities arrested Basit Javed Sheikh, a Cary [North Carolina] man suspected by the FBI of trying to provide support to an al-Qaida-affiliated group

Jordan apparently said he was considering violent acts either in the United States or abroad, the affidavit says.


North Carolina is crawling with jihadis.

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North Carolina: Muslim Convert Planned to Kill 1,000 Americans

With one gun and a silencer. via: Prosecutors: Islamic State Inspired N. Carolina Man’s Plan – ABC News

A North Carolina man killed his neighbor and stole the man’s money so he could buy an assault rifle to carry out an Islamic State-inspired shooting at a concert or club, according to an indictment unsealed Monday.

The federal indictment also accuses Justin Nojan Sullivan of offering an undercover FBI employee money to kill his parents, who he believed would interfere with his plans for an attack.

The 19-year-old suspect, who was arrested in June, “planned to carry out his attack in the following few days at a concert, bar or club where he believed that as many as 1,000 people could be killed using the assault rifle and silencer,” the indictment said.

The indictment charges Sullivan with attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State and trying to use social media to have his parents killed. He also faces firearms charges.

A grand jury in Burke County also indicted Sullivan on Monday on a murder charge in the death of 74-year-old John Bailey Clark, who lived a few doors down from him, said District Attorney David Learner.

A lawyer representing him on the murder charge, Victoria Jayne, said “it’s far too early” to discuss how she expects the case to go. A defense attorney in the federal case declined to comment.

Sullivan, who lived with his parents in Morganton, a foothills town of about 17,000, converted to Islam and was watching videos of Islamic State beheadings by the fall of 2014, the indictment said. Authorities said he pledged his allegiance to the terror group.

In December 2014, he used a .22-caliber rifle stolen from his father’s gun cabinet to shoot Clark in the head, according to the federal indictment. A news release said forensic testing shows the rifle was used to kill Clark.

Sullivan hid the rifle, a black ski mask, muddy clothes and a lock-picking kit in his parents’ crawlspace, investigators wrote in the indictment, adding that he later told FBI agents that $689 in his possession had come from Clark. He believed the money was enough to buy a rifle and ammunition for the attack, the indictment said.

By the following June, investigators said, he was planning an attack in the U.S. He began having social media conversations with an undercover FBI employee whom he wanted to recruit, saying an attack in the U.S. was the best way to support the Islamic State because travel was risky.

He said during one of the conversations that he planned to buy “an AR-15 assault rifle” at a gun show, and he attempted to buy hollow point ammunition from a gun dealer, the indictment said. He researched how to make silencers and asked the undercover operative to make one for each of them.

“Our attacks need to be as big as possible,” Sullivan is quoted as telling the person.

The FBI then sent a silencer to his home, where investigators say his mother opened the package.

“When Sullivan’s parents questioned him about the silencer, Sullivan, believing that his parents would interfere with his plans to carry out an attack, offered to compensate the UCE to kill them,” authorities wrote, referring to the undercover FBI employee.

Federal authorities have said they began investigating Sullivan after his father called 911 in April saying his son was destroying religious items in their home. He was arrested at the family’s home without incident on June 19, and later told investigators that he planned to carry out an attack in the coming days when his parents were expected to be out of town, investigators have said.

He’s currently in federal custody awaiting trial later this month. Learner said he expects Sullivan to make a first appearance on the murder charge in the coming weeks.


From the DOJ press release and Indictment:

“During the course of our investigation evidence was uncovered linking Sullivan to John Bailey Clark’s murder six months earlier.  Any loss of life is tragic; due to the work of the FBI and our law enforcement partners, other planned attacks were thwarted preventing more violence.”

Sure, everyone’s glad an ISIS-supporter and murderer is now in jail, but wouldn’t it have been more prudent to book him on the murder and stolen weapon charges and allocate those FBI resources on real terror threats? What could he have attacked while behind bars? Too many questions here.

Note all the key buzzwords (read propaganda) used above. Smell an agenda?

  • ISIL – yep
  • AR15 – yep
  • assault rifle – yep
  • gun show – yep
  • silencer – yep
  • hollow point ammo – yep
  • gun dealer – yep
  • American convert to Islam (i.e., not a real, foreign, natural born Muslim) – yep
  • per the previous line, expect a quick trial and conviction unlike trials for natural born Muslims that take years

What makes this all the more curious is that we reported on this kids arrest back in June 2015.

North Carolina: Father Tips Off Police to Muslim-Convert Son’s Jihad Sympathies

 

Warrant: North Carolina student part of ISIS, wanted him to blow up high school

The student has not been named and not charged. Is he Muslim? Is he a refugee or immigrant? Here’s what he told at least one student:

“I am from Syria, I am from ISIS”

via Warrant: Teen said ISIS wanted him to blow up school, called Hit – wistv.com – Columbia, South Carolina  h/t sharia unveiled

BRYSON CITY, NC (FOX Carolina) – New details have emerged after a teen allegedly threatened to blow up Swain County High School in the name of ISIS.

Investigators searched the teen’s home after several students told officials that they overheard him make threatening comments on Dec. 16.

The student reportedly told another student “I am from Syria, I am from ISIS,” and other students claimed hearing him make similar comments, as well as say that ISIS would like for him to blow up the school and called Hitler his role model, according to a search warrant.

After the student took an exam and left the school, several students reported his statements to school officials.

The school was searched and video surveillance reviewed for any suspicious devices or packages, but nothing was found, the search warrant states.

Swain County Sheriff’s Office requested the assistance of the N.C. Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the investigation.

At about 4:40 p.m. Dec. 16, investigators went to the teen’s home where they reviewed his computer activities and found several searches on the internet for ISIS related news articles, as well as how to make homemade explosives, according to the warrant.

The teen stated to investigators that he has watched almost every ISIS propaganda video and “was impressed by their editing and software,” the report states.

The teen denied ever reaching out to the terrorist organization.

Investigators seized the computer and five spiral notebooks containing writings.


North Carolina has for years been a hot bed of jihadi activity as the post 9/11 Muslim invasion has taken hold. Creeping Sharia archives on the Tar Heel state’s Muslim problem here.

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U.S. colleges brainwash students into believing 9/11 was our fault

via Colleges brainwash students into believing 9/11 was our fault | New York Post

Not all of us will be mourning 9/11 victims and their families this Friday on the 14th anniversary of the attacks. Hundreds of college kids across the country will instead be taught to sympathize with the terrorists.

That’s because their America-hating leftist professors are systematically indoctrinating them into believing it’s all our fault, that the US deserved punishment for “imperialism” — and the kids are too young to remember or understand what really happened that horrific day.

Case in point is a freshman-level English class taught at several major universities across the country called “The Literature of 9/11” — which focuses almost entirely on writings from the perspective of the Islamic terrorists, rather than the nearly 3,000 Americans who were slaughtered by them.

The syllabus, which includes books like “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” and “Poems from Guantanamo: Detainees Speak,” portray terrorists as “freedom fighters” driven by oppressive US foreign policies.

Even highly ranked University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has adopted the curriculum. The 9/11 seminar is taught by UNC associate English professor Neel Ahuja, who specializes in “post-colonial studies.”

In Ahuja’s twisted worldview, al Qaeda terrorists are the real victims. “Abu Zubaydah’s torture may be interpreted as simply one more example of the necropower of US imperialism, the power to coerce and kill targeted populations,” Ahuja recently wrote in an academic paper criticizing the war on terror.

He clearly has an ax to grind, which critics say the university gives him license to exercise through “The Literature of 9/11” curriculum.

A group of concerned UNC students has complained to administrators that the 9/11 course, also taught at the University of Maryland and other campuses, is being used to brainwash impressionable underclassmen.

“These readings offer points of view that justify terrorism, paint the United States and its government as wholly evil and immoral and desecrate the memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks,” the UNC College Republicans said in a recent letter to Chancellor Carol Folt.

“There is not a single reading required that focuses on the lives of the victims, the victim’s [sic] families, American soldiers (or) families of American soldiers,” they added. “Nor is there a perspective that portrays the United States as acting in good faith before, during and after the Sept. 11 attacks.”

The course, moreover, “does not teach students how to think, it teaches them what to think,” the letter continued. “And the material it presents is an apologetic for the violence and murder against the United States.”

The university replied that freshmen should be exposed to differing points of view, even radical ones.

“Part of the college experience is the opportunity to learn from those who have differing points of view. Carolina’s first-year seminar program is part of that growth,” the administration said in a press statement, while insisting “the university isn’t forcing a set of beliefs on students.”

But several students who have taken the course warned in a professor review blog that Ahuja, who earns $72,100 a year spewing his unAmerican propaganda, does not tolerate dissent.

“He favors kids who share his views, so learn to do that,” said one reviewer. “A very interesting guy, just don’t disagree with him.”

Added another student, in a January 2014 post: “I would avoid contradicting him openly.”

“AGREE WITH HIS STANCE IN YOUR PAPERS!!!!!” advised another in November.

What’s happening in Chapel Hill is not isolated. Presenting terrorists in a sympathetic light and the US as an imperialist nation is standard fare. This is what, in varying degrees, most college kids are learning today, all over the country.


The author uses the terms “our” and “us” mistakenly suggesting that everyone in the U.S. is on the same side. Clearly they aren’t.

And as immigration from Muslim-conquered – as well as socialist and totalitarian-ruled countries increases exponentially, professors who despise America will have a wider audience that agrees with them. The growing socialist and totalitarian political wing of the Democratic party will also have a rapidly growing voter base.

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