An Ashland man accused of plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol was asked to leave a Boston mosque because of his radical views.
An Ashland man accused of plotting a terror attack had real explosives, and said he was committed to killing Americans. But how did this happen and why?
A grand jury indicted Rezwan Ferdaus today on charges he planned attacks on the pentagon and the U.S. Capitol.
Even if the plot to use model planes against targets in Washington hadn’t been stopped by authorities, one expert believes it would have failed anyway.
FBI agents say Rezwan Ferdaus started planning his jihad on the United States in early 2010.
I bet it never occurred to them that there would be so little sympathy for their allegedly murderous fantasies once they were exposed.
Rezwan Ferdaus had run into some minor trouble in the past, but neighbors in his quiet Ashland neighborhood are terrified to hear the disturbing accusations he’s currently facing.
The man allegedly plotted to use large remote controlled aircraft to damage or destroy the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol.