, “Terror suspect’s road from suburbs to ‘violent jihad,'” January 15, 2015

Terror suspect’s road from suburbs to ‘violent jihad’
by Dan Horn, Kimball Perry and Carrie Blackmore Smith,, January 15, 2015

He said his son spent the past few years trying to find himself, experimenting with politics, religion and life-style changes. He tried becoming a vegetarian, embraced conspiracies about the 9/11 terrorist attacks and later called himself an “anarchist.” Eventually, according to the FBI, he developed a strong interest in radical Islam.


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