Two people who were arrested for plotting an attack on the White House in the USA and the Trump Tower building in New York accepted the charges against them.
Two people who were arrested for plotting an attack on the White House in Washington and the Trump Tower building in New York in the USA accepted the charges against them.
According to court records received by the Associated Press (AP), Jaylyn Christopher Molina from Texas, along with 34-year-old Kristopher Sean Matthews, who has been living in South Carolina since May 2019, joined the DAESH organization in Syria and the White House, New York’s Trump It was determined that he was planning to attack places such as the tower and the stock exchange building.
It was noted that the people in question accepted the accusations against them in the court where they were taken.
It was learned that Matthews would be taken to court again on March 4, and Molina on April 22, and they were both sought up to 20 years in prison on conspiracy charges.
It was shared that 22-year-old Molina found images of child pornography on a cell phone call, and therefore could receive up to 20 years in prison.
Molina and Matthews were detained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) teams on September 25, 2020, on charges of supporting DAESH.