The FBI has created a cottage industry out of tracking down ISIS sympathetic dullards and turning them into national security threats.
Suspect’s older brother arrested in June.
Nader Saadeh, a 20-year old New Jersey resident, was arrested after an informant said he had become “radicalized” by watching ISIS videos online.
The FBI informant claims Saadeh praised the burning alive of a captured Jordanian pilot by ISIS and also said the murders of staff members of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo were justified.
The informant said the New Jersey man attempted to rally friends to the ISIS cause over the last two years.
In addition, according to the FBI informant, Saadeh planned to fly overseas in April and hook up with ISIS.
Saadeh’s brother, Alaa, along with at least three others in New York and New Jersey, were arrested in June.
Alaa told the FBI “an ISIS contact near the Turkey/Syria border… could facilitate his travel once overseas,” according to NBC News in New York.
Officials admitted there was no specific plot, but claimed the suspects had scouted New York landmarks, including the Washington Bridge.
Despite the fact Saadeh did not engage in a specific plot and his involvement with ISIS was limited to posting on social media and watching videos, he will be charged with conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the terrorist organization.
Each charge carries a 20 year prison term.
FBI Notorious for Organizing Terror Plots
The FBI employs around 15,000 undercover agents today, more than ten times the number they used in the 1970s during the heyday of COINTELRPO, the operation designed to neutralize political targets.
In 2011, a report issued by Mother Jones and the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California-Berkley revealed that the FBI organizes nearly all terror plots in the United States.
FBI agents and operatives “find suspects that could potentially carry out ‘lone wolf’ attacks and then, more or less, encourage them to do so,” RT reported. “By providing weaponry, funds and a plan, FBI-directed agents will encourage otherwise-unwilling participants to plot out terrorist attacks, only to bust them before any events fully materialize.”