An Akron, Ohio, Muslim man, who has “repeatedly professed” his support for the Islamic State (ISIL/ISIS), was charged with multiple criminal offenses for urging his “brothers residing in America” to behead 100 U.S. service members whose names and addresses he posted on social media, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Terrence J. McNeil, 25, has been indicted on three counts of solicitation of a crime of violence and three counts of threatening military personnel. McNeil was arrested on Nov. 12 on federal charges that he solicited the murder of U.S. troops.
The federal indictment alleges that McNeil maintained accounts on several social media websites, including Facebook, Twitter, and Tumbler.
He is accused of professing his support for the terrorist group ISIS multiple times.
Using a Tumblr account, McNeil allegedly reposted a file on or about Sept. 24 with the banner, “Islamic State Hacking Division,” followed by, “Target: United States Military,” and, “Leak: Addresses of 100 U.S. Military Personnel.”
The file allows multiple still pictures to appear one at a time with a delay between each image.
On one of the pictures, the text allegedly reads: