U.S Attorney: Fed Reserve Terror Suspect One of the Most Dangerous Since 9/11
“He came here wanting to carry out a terrorist attack and he came here already radicalized,” said U.S attorney Loretta Lynch
But he got in, now didn’t he?
The student from Bangladesh who allegedly plotted to set off a truck bomb outside the New York Federal Reserve Bank is one of the most dangerous terrorists the United States has faced since the Sept. 11 attacks, the U.S attorney handling the case said Friday.
“He came here wanting to carry out a terrorist attack and he came here already radicalized,” said U.S attorney Loretta Lynch. She added Mohammed Nafis is likely more dangerous than the group of terrorists in the 2009 Zazi suicide bomb plot who targeted New York City’s subway system.
Report via NBC New York.
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