Former police officer from Fairfax indicted for supporting ISIS | Articles | fairfaxtimes.com – According to allegations in the indictment, between on or about Dec. 3, 2015, and on or about July 28, 2016, the material support and resources that Young attempted to provide included, but was not limited to: Protection of ISIS personnel from capture or harm by attempting to mislead the FBI as to what Young believed to be his friend’s travel to Syria to join ISIS; and the provision of gift cards for ISIS. According to allegations in the indictment, between on or about Dec. 3, 2015, and Dec. 5, 2015, Young Also attempted to obstruct and impede an official proceeding. In specific, Young believed an associate of his, who was actually an FBI confidential human source (CHS), had successfully joined ISIS in late 2014. During an FBI interview, Young was told the FBI was investigating the attempt of his associate (the CHS) to join ISIS. Nevertheless, in an attempt to thwart the prosecution of the CHS and himself, Young attempted to deceive investigators as to the destination and purpose of the CHS’ travel.
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