February 3rd, 2015

Mr. Twister

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Heather Elizabeth Coffman, 29, is charged with making a false statement regarding an offense involving international or domestic terrorism.

Coffman was caught in a sting and unknowingly offered to help an undercover FBI agent connect someone with the Islamic State in Syria, according to a federal affidavit. Authorities say she lied to investigators who were looking into her support of the extremist group.

The case appears to be another example of the Islamic State’s robust presence on social media and the influence it is having on Americans.

Two months ago, a 19-year-old from suburban Denver pleaded guilty to trying to help the terrorist organization after she tried to board a flight to reach Turkey. She reportedly was trying to connect with a man she met online. And last month, three teenage girls from the Denver area were detained at an airport in Germany and questioned about possibly trying to join the Islamic State. A school official said the girls were victims of an “online predator.”

http://www.richmond.com/news/local/crime/article_278b5ed6-2fe4-5e7a-a9c7-c73de9f39649.html + related links
Mr. Twister

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chicago.suntimes.com -- Odeh was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, designated by the U.S., Canada, and the EU as a terrorist group. In 1970, Odeh was convicted in Israel for a 1969 bombing at a Jerusalem supermarket that killed two Hebrew University students, Leon Kanner, 21 and Edward Joffe, 22. Odeh’s sentence was life in prison, but she was released in a 1995 prisoner exchange.

After being released from Israeli prison, Odeh immigrated to the U.S.

Last November, a federal jury in Detroit found her guilty of lying on her naturalization papers by answering “no” when asked if she had “ever” been charged or convicted of a crime.

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