Massive FBI Investigation Underway In N. Carolina- ISIS Is Here

The FBI says it found this mask in the crawl space of Justin Sullivan’s home. Prosecutors believe Sullivan was wearing it when they say he shot and killed John Bailey Clark. Sullivan, they say, planned to kill dozens of people in 2015 during a planned attack in support of ISIS. U.S. Attorney’s Office


A domestic-terrorism expert told the Charlotte Observer this week that the North Carolina probes are among some 1,000 active FBI investigations into ISIS-related threats in all 50 states.

Shortly after a punk named Justin Sullivan was sentenced to life in prison for planning to commit mass murder in support of the Islamic State, U.S. Attorney Jill Rose of Charlotte confirmed that investigations of other suspected ISIS sympathizers continue in North Carolina.


Keri Farley, the FBI’s assistant special agent in charge of North Carolina, said Sullivan’s arrest saved lives. But she added that “homegrown violent extremists” are becoming harder to stop.

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“Identifying a terrorist before an attack happens is one of the most difficult challenges we face,” Farley said during a press conference with Rose after Sullivan’s sentencing. “It’s harder than finding a needle in a haystack; it’s like finding a needle in a stack of needles. But that’s exactly what happened in this case.”


Sullivan killed an 74-year-old neighbor and told a fellow jail inmate that he killed him “for practice.”

Justin Sullivan was sentenced to life in prison without parole for planning a mass attack in support of ISIS. Sullivan also faces a capital murder charge in Burke County in connection with the shooting death of an elderly neighbor.
Mecklenburg jail

Sick bastard.


The Observer reports that prosecutors say Sullivan hoped to kill at a far greater scale. With the help of his home computer and a Casio smartphone, Sullivan plotted directly with Junaid Hussain, a prominent ISIS leader, recruiter and social media expert who was killed during an August 2016 airstrike in Syria. Their goal: to kill up to hundreds of people at a concert or club in North Carolina or Virginia while filming the carnage as an ISIS propaganda tool.

Before sentencing Sullivan, U.S. District Judge Martin Reidinger said the planned massacre was similar to the 2016 attack in Orlando, Fla., where a lone gunman killed 49 people.

Sullivan’s sentencing received a significant amount of attention from federal law enforcement. An unusually large number of FBI agents were on hand in the courtroom. Afterward, Dana Boente, the acting assistant U.S. attorney general for National Security, issued a statement.

“Counter-terrorism remains our highest priority, and we will continue to identify and hold accountable those who seek to commit acts of terrorism within our borders,” Boente said.

Rose and Farley would not discuss details of any active ISIS investigations in North Carolina. But Rose said Sullivan’s sentencing means that “there is one less threat out there to kill innocent people in behalf of the Islamic State.”


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