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Army drop-out who converted to Islam is charged with plotting ISIS terror attack on Kansas City

Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr., 25, was arrested in Columbia, Missouri on FridayHe is accused of plotting Kansas City attack with FBI agents posing as terrorists Spoke with undercover agents over Facebook and encrypted text messagesHe allegedly bought them roof nails and batteries to build bombs for the attackHester, who spent one year in the army, allegedly said he wanted to 'overthrow' the USIn Facebook posts he describes wanting to fight for 'Allah and Islam'Hester was thrown out of the army in 2012 for violating rules during combat training  

Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr., 25, was taken into custody on Friday after meeting up with undercover FBI agents posing as terrorists who he'd been speaking to for months. He had agreed to supply weapons and help organize a Presidents' Day terror attack at bus and train stations across Kansas City that would be more deadly than the Boston marathon bombings. Hester served in the military for one year before being given general discharge in 2013 (inset).

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  • Matt_ADMIN_Matt_ADMIN_ Administrator
    I don't understand this, and never have. Why do people, when they're down and out, always suddenly gravitate towards the Arab's twisted version of what they call "Islam"? Why don't they gravitate to Buddhism? Why don't they gravitate towards Christianity? Why don't they gravitate to Quranism? It's always the Saudi fanatical philosophy they fall back on. I don't get it.
    "...Say, 'GOD is sufficient for me.' In Him the trusters shall trust." (Quran 39:38)
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