Post Profile






The American man who used eBay to get money from ISIS has pleaded guilty

An American man who used eBay and PayPal to receive payments from ISIS for a potential terror attack has pleaded guilty to terrorism offenses, The Wall Street Journal reports. Mohamed Elshinawy, 32, pleaded guilty to three counts in Baltimore federal court, which included attempting to provide material support to ISIS, making false statements, and obstruction, according to the Justice Department.
read more

share

Related Posts


ISIS used eBay and PayPal to send funds to US operative

News : The Raw Story

The FBI said a senior ISIS official sent money to an operative in the U.S. by using PayPal and eBay, the Wall Street Journal first reported Friday. In a recently revealed affidavit, the FBI said it found a global financial network r...

ISIS operatives allegedly used eBay to fund terror operations

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Operatives working for the self-proclaimed Islamic State allegedly used fake eBay transactions to move their money, according to a recently unsealed FBI affidavit first reported on by The Wall Street Journal. An American citizen, Mo...

FBI: ISIS used eBay and PayPal to channel money to US operative

Business & Finance : Fast Company

The terror group “purchased” non-existent computer printers on eBay from their operative and then sent him money for items via PayPal, reports the Wall Street Journal. In total, the FBI claims the operative, an American citizen arre...

ISIS Used eBay As Part Of Terror Network, Unsealed FBI Affidavit Shows

News : The Two-Way

The network operated by a senior Islamic State official used fake eBay and PayPal transactions to funnel money to an alleged U.S. operative, who has pleaded not guilty to supporting a terror group.

Man Accused of Using EBay for Terrorist Funding Agrees to Plead Guilty

Technology : Tech - WSJ.com

An American man accused of using fake eBay transactions to receive Islamic State funds for a possible terror attack in the U.S. has agreed to plead guilty, according to a court filing. Mohamed Elshinawy is scheduled to appear for th...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC