The federal government filed a second superseding indictment against Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a.k.a. Decarus Thomas, the Arizona “third man” connected with May’s foiled Garland, Texas, terrorist attack, alleging a direct link between Kareem and the Islamic State.
The indictment handed down by a grand jury (attached below) on December 22 provides the clearest possible link yet between Kareem, 44, and the Islamic State terrorist organization, which claimed credit for the May 3 Garland shooting. Although the indictment does not allege that Kareem communicated directly with the group, it charges conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist
organization because of a list of U.S. military members Kareem allegedly accessed from the Islamic State.
In June, 2014, Kareem, Elton Francis Simpson, 34, and Nadir Hamid Soofi, 30, began a conspiracy to support the Islamic State the indictment states. They pledged themselves and their services to attacking targets in the United States. The targets included military bases, military service members, shopping malls, Super Bowl XLIX and the Garland-held Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest.
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