An American soldier in Fort Riley, Kansas, has been arrested after allegedly discussing an attack on a large US information network, sharing bomb-building instructions and targeting Beta Rourke, authorities announced on Monday.
Jarrett William Smith, 24, was charged with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction, the Justice Department said in a news release.
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Smith is a private soldier in the 1st Class Infantry who was allegedly speaking to an undercover FBI agent last month. in USA. He said he was looking for more "radicals" like himself, and mentioned the killing of members of the far-left Antifa group, according to
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"FBI: Do you have anyone in Texas who would be suitable for fire, destruction and death?"
SMITH: Beyond Beta?
OURKURK responded later on Monday after the Mayoralty in Gary, Indiana: "We share any information that matters to the FBI and are very confident in their ability to bring this case to justice and protect our fellow Americans. "
" We thank the FBI for their diligence in handling this case and for their work to keep our country safe in the face of threats of internal terror. "We take every threat like this seriously, and our team is in direct contact with the FBI in this case," said O & # 39; Rourke Aleigha Cavalier campaign spokesman. "It is not about any one person or one campaign and we will not allow it to scare us or make us give up the fight for what is right."
Last December, Smith offered to teach others
He claims that the investigators who questioned him prior to his arrest wanted to cause chaos by giving information to those who intended.
A year before joining the military, Smith expressed his desire to join a violent, far-right Ukrainian paramilitary group called the Azov Battalion, officials said.
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Smith joined the Army on June 12, 2017 and transferred to Fort Riley, Kan., On July 8.
He can face up to a maximum of 20 years in federal prison and a fine of up to $ 250,000 if convicted.
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