New Jersey man pleads guilty to conspiring to supporting ISIS

By REUTERS
December 10, 2015 21:54

 
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NEW YORK - A New Jersey man pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiring to support Islamic State, the latest conviction in a series of US prosecutions against so-called "lone wolf" sympathizers of the militants who control parts of Iraq and Syria.

Nader Saadeh, 20, is among six young men in New York and New Jersey whom federal authorities have arrested since June as part of a broader investigation. He faces up to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty in federal court in Newark, the US Department of Justice said.

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