to connectVideoAmerican man has been accused of becoming, ISIS sniper, faces a federal terror charges
Federal investigators say that the man, rose through the ranks to be able to train with other ISIS fighters; Laura Ingle reports.
A 42-year-old Brooklyn, New York, New York, man has been charged with the provision, and the provision of material support, including training, services, and personnel, ISIS is in Syria, the Justice Department announced Friday after the unsealing of a criminal complaint in Brooklyn federal court.
Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, is a Kazakhstan-born, naturalized U. S citizen, it would have been to istabul, Turkey to the north, and in the fall of 2013, before moving across the border to Syria, where he was a sniper for the designated terrorist outfit.
Asainov, then rose through the ranks, appellants contend, an “emir”, as well as managing the education and training of the other ISIS members in the use of weapons. He is also accused of attempting to deceive any other person who is a resident of the united states to join ISIS in Syria.
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“The defendant, a naturalized AMERICAN citizen residing in Brooklyn, and turned his back on the country that took him in, and came to the goddess ISIS, and the control of the most violent end in Syria,” U. S Attorney Richard’donoghue mentioned, it shows that he will now face justice in an American courtroom. “We hope that countries around the world, including our European allies and partners will also have to return home and the prosecution of their own citizens to travel to support ISIS.”
A fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has made an ISIL flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul, June 23, 2014. The US Secretary of state John Kerry held crisis talks with leaders of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region on Tuesday urging them to stand with Baghdad in the face of a Sunni insurgent onslaught that threatens to dismember the country.
In March 2015, he requested $2,800 from a client for the purchase of any rifle scope is the sending of pictures from the pride of the group’s barbarism, and speaks of his desire to die on the field of battle. Instead, he was later detained by the U. S-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), and was transferred to FBI custody on Wednesday.
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He is scheduled to appear in court on Friday afternoon.
“This arrest should serve as a warning to anyone, from anywhere in the world, who is going to support or conduct attacks on behalf of terrorist groups against the United States,” said nypd commissioner, James O’neill. “You will be brought to justice.”