Man accused of being IS recruiter says he was FBI informant

Posted: August 13, 2016 in Uncategorized

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A North Carolina man accused of trying to recruit people to join the Islamic State group says he had been paid by the FBI since 2009 to help identify potential terrorists.

In a statement his mother delivered to The Charlotte Observer (http://bit.ly/2b42fyx ), Erick Jamal Hendricks said his code name was “Ahkie,” a variation of the Muslim term for “brother.”

Hendricks also said he’s been outspoken against IS and all extremist groups. He added that he’s baffled as to why the FBI accused him of terrorist ties.

Lisa Woods said her son dictated the statement to her in a Wednesday phone call from jail.

Hendricks was arrested Aug. 4 in Charlotte on a charge of providing material support to a terrorist group.

The FBI declined comment on the Hendricks statement.

MSN via Blacklisted News

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  1. […] Source: Man accused of being IS recruiter says he was FBI informant | The Most Revolutionary Act […]

  2. PeaceFrog says:

    MSM has revealed that the FBI uses informants to cook up “terror cases” in MOST terror cases. Since much of the documents (other than privileged Grand Jury minutes, etc.) are public record, it is hard for the FBI to deceive the public and MSM about this:

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/21/government-agents-directly-involved-us-terror-plots-report

  3. What a crazy world we have created for ourselves! When deception masquerades as truth, we end up devouring ourselves.

  4. I sincerely hope this kind of deception is limited to the privileged classes, Rosaliene. It’s certainly extremely rare among my circile of friends.

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