A graduate of Berkeley High School in California pleaded guilty to multiple charges of terrorism this week after telling federal agents he plotted with ISIS to kill 10,000 people in the San Francisco area.
The 23-year old man, identified as Amer Sinan Alhaggagi of nearby Oakland, admitted he sent material and resources to foreign terror organizations and hoped to stage a series of attacks throughout the Bay Area.
The plot involved a string of deadly bombings and a plan to lace the region’s cocaine and drug supply with rat poison.
An Oakland man accused of plotting bomb attacks inspired by #ISIS in San Francisco and the East Bay pleaded guilty to several felony charges despite claims by his attorneys that he has no affiliation with terrorists.
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) July 18, 2018
“Authorities arrested Alhaggagi in November 2016 after he bought clothes online with a phony credit card, but he was held so federal authorities could continue to investigate him,” writes Fox News.
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