Man appears in court for attempted attack on Florida synagogue

By REUTERS
May 3, 2016 17:32

 
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WASHINGTON - A South Florida man appeared before a federal judge in Miami on Monday to face charges for attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction at a synagogue in Aventura, Florida, court documents showed.

James Medina, 40, of Hollywood, Florida, was arrested on Friday as a result of an undercover operation after he tried to use an explosive that law enforcement had made inoperable.The Federal Bureau of Investigation began watching Medina after he began expressing anti-Semitic views and a wish to attack a synagogue in conversation. They launched an investigation in late March.



Medina originally planned a shooting spree on the synagogue and planned to be killed in the attack, according to the complaint.

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