US Soldier Who Began Discussing 9/11 Conspiracy Theories Arrested Next Day
Solider accused of supporting ISIS
A US soldier who believed the 911 attacks on September the 11th was an inside job was arrested and hurled into the federal court in Honolulu.
The soldier had been accused of supporting Islamic terrorist group ISIS, had been known to have a heavy interest in conspiracy theories.
His former bunkmates have revealed he had discussed theories suggesting 9/11 was perpetrated by the US government as well as theories about the Moon landing being faked and the JFK assassination.
The Daily Express reports: Despite Kang’s many troubling claims, his former bunkmate Dustin Lyles said the terror charges came as a shock and never heard him support the enemy.
He is also accused of praising the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, which saw ISIS-affiliated Omar Mateen kill 49 in a gay club, as well as attempting to provide military documents and training to ISIS.
According to court documents, Kang allegedly swore his loyalties to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and said he wanted to take a rifle and kill “a bunch of people”.
Subject to a long investigation by the US Army, Kang allegedly passed classified documents to an undercover source posing as a member of ISIS.
Kang said the 9/11 attack was an inside job organised by the US government
While under surveillance he told undercover officers the US is the “only terrorist organisation”, and when asked if he was in the US or ISIS, he said he was in the depraved terror group.
Kang’s lawyer said he may he suffer from service-related mental health issues.
His records say he was deployed to Iraq in 2011 and Afghanistan in 2013.