A federal grand jury on Tuesday has charged Terrence J. McNeil, 25 accused of posting the names addresses of 100 military workers on social media suggesting they be killed. The Ohio man reportedly sympathizes with the Islamic State.
McNeil was indicted on three counts of solicitation of a crime of violence and three counts of threatening military personnel. He urged "brothers in America" to "kill them in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking that they are safe".
In another post from May 2014, he wrote "I can´t wait for another 9/11, Boston bombing, or Sandy Hook!!!". "We will remain vigilant in our efforts to stop those who wish to support these despicable acts," FBI special agent Stephen D. Anthony said.