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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

National Guardsman admits he plotted Islamic State-style attack

Hasan Edmonds.

First, I have a great deal of respect for the National Guard. They are doing yeoman's work in the War on Terrorism. Without them, American might never have won in Iraq -- a victory Democrats handed back to Islamic terrorists.

But this story is scary and disgusting.

From the Daily Mail:
A National Guard soldier who conspired with is cousin to join ISIS and massacre up to 150 people at his military base is facing up to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to providing support to a terrorist organisation. 
Hasan Edmonds, 23, of Aurora, Illinois, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to provide material support to ISIS and one count of attempting to provide material support to the same organisation. 
His cousin Jonas Edmonds, 30, also admitted the conspiracy charge as well as one count of making a false statement to authorities regarding international terrorism. He is facing a maximum jail term of 23 years when he reappears in court for sentence next year.
The Chicago Tribune covered the court proceedings and reported:
Beginning in January, Hasan Edmonds had several online exchanges with a person he thought was an Islamic State fighter in Libya, saying that if he was unable to get to Syria, he would stay in the U.S. and "fight and die here in the name of Allah," according to the charges. In a message Jan. 30, he told the person — who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent — that the best way to beat the U.S. and its Army was to "break their will," according to the complaint.
"With the U.S., no matter how many you kill they will keep coming unless the soldiers and the American public no longer have the will to fight," Edmonds wrote, according to the complaint. "If we can break their spirits we will win."
On Feb. 2, Hasan Edmonds contacted the undercover agent again and said his cousin was willing to carry out the attack on U.S. soil.
"Honestly we would love to do something like the brother in Paris did," Hasan Edmonds allegedly wrote in a reference to the January terrorist attacks on Charlie Hebdo magazine's headquarters in France in which 16 people were slain.
The Edmondses are among a string of terrorism-related cases stemming from Chicago's suburbs.
Wow. Talk about the enemy within.


  1. As to the Guard, most of the men and women I served with had a full enlistment on active prior to joining the National Guard. When I first joined the Guard at 17, we had a unit chock full of men who had served in combat. At least three, including my supervisor were WW2 vets and pushing 60. My supervisor retired in 1980 but was called back for every incident that happened up to and including Enduring Freedom because of his unique skills set.
    I am especially proud of the members of the Guard who give up one week end a month and continue to serve this country in the worst of times and conditions. No President has ever activated the Guard because he wanted to throw a great big party on the Mall in Washington for them.
    That makes this traitor especially repugnant to me. May he rot in the worst cell block in Leavenworth Prison until the day he goes to join the pedophile in Hell.