|Joshua Goldberg: Father says he suffered from depression and was on Prosac.|
A judge on Tuesday ordered a mental evaluation for a young Florida man accused by the FBI of sending bomb-making plans to an informant for an attack at a 9/11 anniversary event in Missouri.
RELATED STORY: Man Accused in Terror Plot Suffered from Depression, Took Prosac, Says Father —Mental Health Evaluation OrderedJoshua Goldberg, 20, appeared in federal court in Jacksonville for a hearing about his detention, but the judge sent him to a mental health facility in North Carolina for 30 days.
Goldberg, who lives with his parents in a Jacksonville suburb, was arrested last week after catching authorities' attention earlier this year in online posts under the moniker "Australi Witness," and others.
The FBI said Goldberg called for an attack on a contest for drawings of the Prophet Muhammad in Garland, Texas, and boasted about helping plan attacks on synagogues in Australia.
The FBI says Goldberg sent instructions to an informant showing how to make a pressure cooker bomb. He also suggested to the informant that a 9/11 anniversary event in Kansas City would be a good place to carry out the attack, authorities said.