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2 women plead guilty to plotting to commit terrorist attack in US
Asia Sidiki, 35, and Noel Velenzas, 31, are US citizens and residents of the Queens Quarter.
In a federal court in Brooklyn on Friday, they both pleaded guilty to "teaching and disseminating information relating to the creation and use of an explosive, destructive device and weapons of mass destruction, with the intent to use it to carry out federal crime against violence, "according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of New York.  Noel Velenzas, left, and Asia Sidiki sketched court in 2015" data-src-mini = "// cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/150403100633-isis-women-bomb-plot-nyc-small-1
"In an attempt to apply their and under a violent, radical ideology, the defendants studied some of the deadliest terrorist attacks in US history and used them as a blueprint for their own plans to kill US law enforcement and military personnel, "US Attorney Richard Donogue said in a statement.
The women pleaded guilty in 20 15. On Friday, the release said authorities were discussing the pair's creation of a bomb between 2013 and 2015; have learned each other chemistry and electrical skills; explore how to make a car bomb;
Assistant Attorney General John Demers said women were "inspired by radical Islam."
They discuss similar devices used by terrorists used in Boston, Oklahoma City and in 1993 at the World Trade Center bombing and focused on law enforcement and military purposes. According to the release, Velenzas praised the September 11, 2001 terrorism and declared himself a martyr through a suicide attack, guaranteed entry into the sky.
When women are arrested, police find propane gas tanks, soldering tools, car bomb instructions, jihadist literature, machetes and several knives in their homes, the newspaper said.