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Text sent from an undercover FBI agent to terrorists ‘Innocuous’

In new court filings in a case related to the 2015 attack on a "Draw Muhammad" event in Garland, Texas, the government is now saying that a text message to "Tear Up Texas" sent from an undercover FBI agent to one of the terrorists who ultimately carried out the attack was "innocuous."
When Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi opened fire at a perimeter security checkpoint at the event in May 2015, it was the first terror attack on U.S. soil for which the group ISIS claimed responsibility.

The security guard injured in the attack, Bruce Joiner, is suing the FBI in order to learn the extent of what the bureau knew in advance about the attack. In a related case, it was learned that an agent had been undercover in the ISIS cell for several months, and shortly after the "First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest" was announced, the agent texted to Simpson, "Tear Up Texas."

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