An ISIS sympathizer, Derrick Thompson (aka Abu Talib Al-Amriki) was released from jail on March 14 after posting bail. The man had been arrested on terrorism-related charges when federal authorities discovered hundreds of incriminating web searches last year on his online accounts. According to investigators, Thompson solicited, incited and induced others to assist ISIS between January 2015 and December 2016. He made some Google searches such as: ‘which type of gun is most powerful,’ ‘martyrdom vs. suicide’ and ‘midnight mass.’ Investigators also say he tried buying a gun in 2015 to carry out an attack, but his felony charges prohibited him.
This little “darling” posted his $75,000 bond and walked out of jail with an ankle bracelet. Is anyone else sensing that was a really bad idea?
If you do feel that this was not the smartest move, just wait till you hear the rest. Back in 2015, this “peaceful” Muslim attempted to purchase a weapon online. Thankfully, the purchase did not go through.
A statement filed in court stated that it was clear Thompson was attempting to buy a weapon “with the intent to use that weapon to promote or further the objectives” of the Islamic State.
The police did a search of Thompson’s online accounts, and what they discovered was terrifying. The police found that Thompson has been promoting ISIS for years and had posted disturbing messages on Google Plus.