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Synthetic Terrorism: Informant Who Helped FBI Entrap Harmless Man As 'Terrorist' Faced Prison If He Didn't 'Produce'

"In 2007, the case of the Fort Dix Five involved a fake plan to attack a New Jersey military base. In that instance, the informant's criminal past included attempted murder, while another admitted in court at least two of the suspects — who are now serving life in prison — had no knowledge any plot."—Ehab Zahriyeh

Informant Role Raises Questions Over Thwarted Capitol Hill Attack Plot

A plot by an alleged Islamic State sympathizer to attack the U.S. Capitol with pipe bombs and automatic rifles may sound dramatic, but the FBI hastened to reassure the American public after the Jan. 14 arrest that it had never been in any real peril. That's because the FBI had been monitoring 20-year-old suspect Christopher Cornell from the very outset of the plot — a revelation designed to reassure anxious citizens, but which also raised the perennial question of entrapment that faces law enforcement when undercover personnel or informants become involved in a criminal conspiracy. 
Cornell's parents certainly believe their son was incapable of drawing up the attack plan and assembling the requisite logistics on his own; they allege their son had been set up by the FBI.


The confidential FBI informant, who met with Cornell on at least two separate occasions in the Fall of 2014, had his own personal interests in the case.

The Delusional Christopher Lee Cornell:
He fell for the FBI's fake terror okey-doke (mugshot).

According to the FBI criminal complaint, the unnamed informant, “began cooperating with the FBI in order to obtain favorable treatment with respect to his criminal exposure on an unrelated case.” The complaint did not reveal what charges or potential sentence the informant is facing.

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