Published: Mer, Juillet 12, 2017
Globale | By Boniface Saint-Yves

Soldier in Hawaii Charged With Support of ISIS

Soldier in Hawaii Charged With Support of ISIS

Following Kang's initial court appearance on Monday, his attorney Birney Bervar said he did not know much about the case.

The individual, identified by the FBI as Sergeant First Class Ikaika Erik Kang, was arrested at his home Waipahu, according to KGMB-TV. However, it was reinstated a year later after he completed the necessary military requirements.

This is a developing story.

He is believed to be a "lone actor" with no ties to anyone who might pose a threat to Hawaii, the FBI said.

A member loyal to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant waves an ISIL flag in Raqqa June 29, 2014. Randle said all 16 victims were on the plane. The Army alerted him to the FBI, which sent an undercover agent to make contact with him.

In March 2017, Kang allegedly told an undercover agent that "people like to put labels like al Qaeda and ISIS on groups", but he just considered them "oppressed people".

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Henry J. Kaiser High School is described by the Hawaii State Department of Education as an "International Baccalaureate (IB) World School authorized for its Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme".

"He was withdrawn", he said, noting his son didn't suffer any physical injuries in his two tours. One issue was titled "Assassination Operations", and another titled "Targeting".

(CNN) - Sixteen people are dead in military plane crash in LeFlore County, Mississippi, according to Fred Randle, county emergency management director. Laanui said the FBI will have more information when a criminal complaint has been filed.

Kang, who received extensive combat training, also helped purchase a drone Saturday that he believed would help Islamic State soldiers evade U.S. tanks in battle, explaining U.S. tank crews were highly trained and difficult to defeat.

It was made public Monday evening that the FBI arrested an active duty U.S. soldier in Hawaii on Saturday for terrorism charges. Documents indicate Kang expressed a desire to travel to Turkey to go to the ISIS consulate.

Ikaika Kang's father, Cliff Kang, told Island News he found out about the charges against his son after receiving calls from the media Monday morning. He's a great kid.

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