Jihad Jane, linked to terror scheme, charged by the U.S. authoritiesMarch 10th, 2010 - 8:51 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work
Mar 10 (Pen Men at Work): An American female identified as “Jihad Jane” was indicted by the US establishment on Tuesday with conniving to kill Swedish cartoonist, Lars Vilks, who had allegedly mocked the Prophet Mohammed, a revered Islamic figure.
The woman, originally referred to as Colleen LaRose, was detained in Philadelphia on October 15th 2009. However, her arrest was confirmed by US authorities only hours after the Irish police arrested seven people accused of scheming to slaughter the Swedish cartoonist, who incited controversy in 2007 by drawing cartoon strips that supposedly portrayed the Prophet Mohammad as a canine. A fundamentalist group, associated with Al-Qaeda, has placed a $100,000 reward on Lars Vilks’ head in reply to a caricature that he drew depicting the Prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog In her denunciation released by the US Justice Department on Tuesday, it is publicized that LaRose will have to defend herself against accusations of scheming to supply substantial assistance to the terrorists, conspiracy to massacre in a foreign country, making bogus declarations to a government representative and attempted identity thievery. Over the period of at least a year, she is suspected of having utilized the internet to draft men in South Asia, Europe and the United States for terroristic assaults. She is also accused of enlisting women who had passports and the capability to voyage to and around Europe in favor of sadistic jihad, of having thieved a US passport and having transported or attempting to relocate it in an effort to smooth the progress of an act of intercontinental terrorism. The condemnation alleges that LaRose acquired two messages in March 2009 from a human being in a nation located in the Indian subcontinent. He tutored her to slay an unspecified Swedish resident. US authorities have confirmed that the target was Vilks and the charges relate to Tuesday’s detentions in Ireland. The indictment asserts that LaRose, born in 1963, last sent an electronic communiqué to the Swedish embassy in which queried about the directives for attaining everlasting residency status in Sweden.
LaRose, also recognized by the pet names, ‘Fatima LaRose’ and ‘Jihad Jane’, will be the recipient of the sentence of ‘incarceration for the rest of her life’ if convicted.
The US Justice Department attorney, Michael Levy, declared that the matter displayed that the terrorists are searching for Americans to join them in their mission. It obliterates any enduring thinking that we can detect a terrorist by looking at his visage.
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