Yet another convert to Islam gets the idea that his new religion requires treason and mass murder. Authorities remain resolutely incurious about this phenomenon.
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. – The FBI arrested a Henrico man, and alleged supporter of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), on gun charges weeks after he was released from state prison.
Casey Charles Spain, 28, served seven years in prison on abduction with intent to defile charges. The registered sex offender was released from prison August 11.
“While incarcerated, Spain became radicalized and adopted extremist Islamic views. He obtained a tattoo on his cheek that reads ‘Cop Killa,’and a tattoo of the ISIS flag on his back,” court documents indicated. “Two confidential sources of information who had contact with Spain while he was incarcerated separately reported that Spain swore a pledge of loyalty, commonly known as bayat, to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.”
Those informants told law enforcement Spain said he planned to travel overseas to engage in jihad on behalf of ISIS.
They said he threatened violence in the U.S., if he was not allowed to travel overseas.
“Given this information, the FBI began conducting intensive surveillance of Spain immediately upon his release from incarceration,” a spokesperson for United States Attorney Dana Boente said. “This surveillance included making covert contact with Spain through FBI undercover employees (UCE) and a confidential human source (CHS).”…