ISIS radical convicted over Trump Tower and White House attack plot | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

ISIS radical convicted over Trump Tower and White House attack plot

An ISIS radical from South Carolina pleaded guilty to a U.S. magistrate judge in San Antonio on Tuesday and was convicted for offering material support to the terror group that planned attacks on both Trump Tower and the White House.

Kristopher Sean Matthews, 34, pled guilty to conspiracy after conspiring to share bomb making information with Jaylyn Christopher Molina, 22, out of Texas.

Zero Hedge reports:

A grand jury indicted Molina and Matthews on Oct. 14 each with one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization and one count of providing material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization.

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