US soldier charged with suspected terrorism
In the United States, a soldier is suspected of having planned an attack on his unit with a neo-Nazi group. The plan was to kill as many people as possible.
A soldier has been arrested and charged with suspected terrorism in the United States. Together with a satanic neo-Nazi group, he had planned an attack on his own unit, the indictment said. The project was thwarted in May by the federal FBI and the army.
The group named Order of the Nine Angels or O9A is described in the indictment as violent, neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic and satanic. They adore Nazi greats like Adolf Hitler and the former Al Qaeda boss Osama bin Laden. In she was involved in acts of violence and murders in the . According to media reports, the group was founded in Great Britain.
The 22-year-old soldier, who has served in the armed forces since 2018, has joined the group and provided it with secret information. He also read propaganda material from the terrorist militia “Islamic State” (IS). In October 2019, he was transferred to a unit in Europe, which was then to be moved to another country.
When questioned at the end of May this year, the soldier admitted that he was planning an attack on his unit – with the aim of killing as many soldiers as possible. He declared himself a “traitor to the United States”.