Teen Accomplice to ‘Jihad Jane’ Spoke of School Shooting

A teenager secretly arrested by the FBI for allegedly conspiring with a woman known as “Jihad Jane” spoke with a friend in a jihadist chat room about a Columbine-style plot.

Mohammed K. was a high school senior when he wrote about shooting kids at his school in Ellicott City, Md., The Inquirer reports. The person Mohammad spoke with the chat room – Emerson Begolly, a Pennsylvania State University student – was later charged with soliciting unrelated terror attacks.

It has not been determined whether authorities took any immediate action against Mohammed for his remarks in the chat room, which were reported to the FBI by an anti-jihadist group’s blog called “The Jawa Report.”

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