Feds Foil Texas Teen's ISIS-Inspired Terror Plot

Nick Kangadis | May 2, 2018
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I don’t care how old he is. Lock him up, and throw away the key.

A 17-year-old boy in Texas — who attempted and failed at being a man — has been arrested for planning to carry out an ISIS-inspired mass shooting at the Stonebriar Centre mall in Frisco, Texas sometime during the month of May.

According to Fox 4 - Dallas/Ft. Worth, this little P.O.S. wrote a plan called his “Message to America.” The plan included persuading others to try and purchase $1,400 worth of weapons and other “tactical gear” so that he could defend the Islam and the Muslims who practice the faith.

“This is a message for America and any other country that is fighting Islam and slaughtering the Muslims with their fighter jets and other such weaponry,” the crazy kid wrote in his “message.”

Fox 4 also reported:

Azizi-Yarand discussed his deadly plans with a confidential FBI source. He talked about the number of people he could kill by simply firing into the crowd and possibly setting stores on fire, according to the affidavit.

"I'd actually like to make a cop surrender and drop his gun // Then douse him with gasoline and burn him // record it," the affidavit states Azizi-Yarand said.

That’s nice. Now take your delusions and go directly to jail. This kid/guy wants to show the world how tough he is? Give him the rest of his life in jail to try and prove that.

The high school student is reportedly being held on multiple bonds totaling $3 million.

This is what happens when the FBI actually follows through on a tip.