Judge’s Smackdown of This Wannabe Jihadi Nigger is a Must Read

Judge’s Smackdown of This Wannabe Jihadi Nigger is a Must Read

A district court judge in Ohio starkly delivered a sentence to convicted U.S.-born, would-be terrorist Terrence J. McNeil Wednesday.

McNeil spouted Islamic epithets at Judge Dan Polster, declaring, “nothing you did today even matters. Jihad will continue until the day of judgment.”

“And that’s a promise from Allah. It’s not going to change. It’s not going to stop. Neither of them are. My commission of Allah is not going to stop. So this is meaningless. I’ll be rewarded for what I do. You’ll be punished for what you do. I’m fine with that. You’re fine with that. So we’ll wait for the punishment of Allah to afflict you, either by himself or through the hands of the Muslims, and then we’ll see. Inshallah,” he continued.

Polster replied, “All right. Mr. McNeil, while I respect your opinion, I think you have confirmed the wisdom of my 20-year sentence.”

McNeil, a 24-year-old from Akron, Ohio, was sentenced in connection with a guilty plea earlier this year consisting of five counts of solicitation to commit a crime of violence and five counts of threatening interstate communications.

McNeil used social media to express support for terrorist organizations like the Islamic State and al-Sham, beginning in September 2015. He first reblogged an entry on Tumblr with the title “Islamic State Hacking Division” which included “Target: United States Military,” containing the addresses of 100 U.S. service members.

McNeil posted kill lists of members of the U.S. military and actively disseminated ISIS propaganda on social media websites. Not only did McNeil post kill lists, but he also searched for the cost of firearms and possessed documents showing how to create bombs.

Before he was arrested in November 2015, McNeil had no criminal history but was known for making threats online.

“With this sentence, McNeil is being held accountable for disseminating ISIS’s violent rhetoric, circulating U.S. military personnel information and explicitly calling for the killing of American service members in their homes and communities,” Assistant Attorney General Boente said following McNeil’s sentence of 20 years.

“The National Security Division will continue to investigate and prosecute those who use social media to threaten acts of violence against our military members and their families, on behalf of terrorist organizations.”

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