Helper attack cartoontentoonstelling in Texas gets thirty years in prison
The man who has helped in the plotting of the terrorist attack on a cartoontentoonstelling in the Texan town of Garland, where Geert Wilders at the time, spoke, Wednesday was sentenced to thirty years in prison.
The court found evidence that Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem (45) has been involved in the preparation of the shooting beginning in may 2015.
Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi wanted on behalf of Islamic State, the building where drawings of the prophet Muhammad were to be seen, to invade and the fire is open to visitors. The police shot the attackers dead. Wilders was already gone.
The prosecutor had fifty years required with lifelong supervision. Kareem, previously Decarus Thomas called, would be the weapons delivered but insisted that he has nothing to do with the violent action of his former housemates had to do.
Kareem says the feeling that the criminal prosecution has more to do with his conversion to islam seven years ago with involvement in the attack.
Kareems lawyer had asked for up to six years in prison, because his client could not be exonerated of IS-sympathizers,spread via social media, plan a trip to the Middle East to train with terrorists and seeking information about how to make a bomb, possibly to be used during the Super Bowl.