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The teen was prosecuted and sentenced to the full extent of South Carolina law, Brackett said. The teen was “wholeheartedly sincere in his beliefs, and we are very concerned for the safety of the community and the country,” Brackett said.
“He had a plan to randomly shoot American soldiers.” The boy “embraced the ideology” of ISIS, Brackett said, and his intent was to “join this violent, guerrilla, insurgent movement.” Through social media and other contacts with militants in the Middle East and South Carolina and North Carolina, Brackett said, the teen was “seduced by the radical ideology known in the Middle East as ISIS.
“It was my first time in a country that had been affected by conflicts, and honestly I was shocked by what I saw,” he says.
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