suspected in a bomb attack in a Pakistani market that killed more than 100 people had also planned an attack against the Vatican in 2010 that was never carried out, an Italian prosecutor said Friday. The alleged foiled plot, known to authorities for years, was revealed as prosecutors announced the results of a decade-long investigation […]
Italian police arrested 9 members of an al-Qaeda group that planned to attack the Vatican with suicide bombers when it raided seven different provinces this week. The arrests of the group planning to attack the Vatican follow almostShow More Summary
Italian police arrest suspected extremists accused of planning bombings in Pakistan and reveal details of potential plot dating back to 2010. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
Italian police said Friday they had dismantled an Islamist network they have linked to Osama bin Laden, one of Pakistan’s deadliest attacks and, more loosely, a possible plot to bomb the Vatican. A total of 18 people were ordered arrested following a six-year investigation that began with a...
The radicals are also suspected in a bomb attack in a Pakistani market that killed more than 100 people.
It was a fun week, with some subtle plot bombs and slightly varied character dynamics—all good things, really—but in the interest of getting this out before the end of the week (I’m typing this during the, like, three-hour window between parties and chores), I’m going to unleash my little-used superpower: EXTREME BREVITY. Prepare yourself, Kakarot!
Federal authorities are holding a 20-year-old Kansas man, after he allegedly tried to set off a bomb at Fort Riley, Kansas. Officials say John Booker Jr. intended a suicide attack on the army bases in support of ISIS. Mark Albert tells us more about the details.
A Kansas man was arrested on Friday as part of an FBI sting operation in which he was plotting a suicide car bombing at Fort Riley army base in support of the Islamic State militant group, prosecutors said. John T. Booker, Jr., 20, of Topeka, had arrived at the Kansas base with two undercover FBI...
A 20-year-old Kansas man was arrested Friday for allegedly plotting to detonate a car bomb at the Fort Riley military base on behalf of the Islamic State, or ISIS, terror group. A Muslim cleric, who was counseling him at the FBI's request, says he is mentally ill.
Another American accused of trying to join up with ISIS has instead got caught in an FBI sting. Feds today arrested John Booker, a 20-year-old from Topeka, Kansas, and accused of him plotting a suicide bombing at Fort Riley in Kansas, reports the Topeka Capitol-Journal. He'd been under surveillance for...
PFM sends us a link to BBC which reports that this guy John T Booker Jr plotted along with his FBI agent to set off a truck bomb on base at Fort Riley, Kansas, an Army base near his home. Mr. Booker tried to join the Army, but apparently he couldn’t control himself enough to […]
He’s 20-years-old and he had planned to use a vehicle bomb against Fort Riley. That’s what the feds say. Inspired, they say, by ISIS. And he was arrested not far from the fort in Manhattan, Kansas. Kansas man accused of plotting to detonate bomb at Fort Riley military base. Show More Summary
The FBI conducted a sting operation in which the alleged would-be bomber, 20-year-old John T. Booker Jr., was provided inert bomb-making materials.
A 20-year-old Topeka man has been arrested by federal agents for allegedly plotting to detonate a bomb at Fort Riley military base in Kansas, officials said Friday.
A second Kansas man has been charged in connection with an alleged plot to detonate a vehicle bomb at the Ft. Riley military base on behalf of the Islamic State, federal prosecutors said.
It should come as no surprise to anyone that two of those arrested during the Ferguson riots were members of the New Black Panther Party, which is well known for
One of the two Queens women accused of plotting a homemade bomb strike on American soil worked at a preschool.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia woman was arrested Friday on charges she tried to join and martyr herself for the Islamic State group, a day after two women in New York were charged with plotting to wage jihad by building a bomb and using it for a Boston Marathon-type attack.
Noelle Velentzas and Asia Siddiqui are in federal custody. Court documents say they were influenced by ISIS and the Boston Marathon bombings, and they also considered attacking the funeral of an NYPD cop. As Jericka Duncan reports, the imam of the Queens mosque that both women attended said the women are being falsely accused.
HOPEY-CHANGEY: 2 men accused of bomb plot during Ferguson protests indicted. “Brandon Orlando Baldwin, 22, and Olajuwon Davis, 22 were indicted on charges involving the conspiracy to maliciously damage and destroy a building, vehicle and other property with explosives and the illegal purchase of firearms from a Cabela’s store. The indictment stated that Baldwin stated […]