For this crime against radical Islam ISIS wants Pamela Geller dead.
In June 2015 ISIS tweeted out Pamela’s home address.
On June 2, 2015 two ISIS operatives were arrested for plotting to kidnap and behead conservative activist Pamela Geller.
One of the ISIS supporters was killed by police after he threatened them with a hunting knife. The two others were captured.
In October 2017 ISIS operative David Wright was found guilty on all charges for plotting to behead Pamela Geller.
ISIS sympathizer David Wright was found guilty on all charges for plotting to behead conservative blogger Pamela Geller.
Convert Daoud Wright wanted to die as a martyr in the attack.
Wright was found guilty on all counts.
Pamela testified at his sentencing.
— Trump We Trust🇺🇸 (@TrumpWeTrust) October 18, 2017
A new ISIS leader is an American with links to these Islamic terrorists.
David Wright assisted ISIS leader Zulfi Hoxha when he traveled to the Islamic State in 2015.
Hoxha has appeared in an ISIS video beheading a Kurdish soldier.
Via The Atlantic:
Throughout his journey, trial exhibits show, Hoxha remained in contact with Rahim via various encrypted messengers, confirming his arrival at a safe house and then dropping out of contact after saying he was leaving for training. Thereafter, Rahim kept tabs on Hoxha’s activity via another Islamic State member who he contacted on encrypted messengers: the influential British Islamic State facilitator and virtual attack planner Junaid Hussain. In later conversations between Hussain and Rahim, Hussain comments on Hoxha’s location and whereabouts, saying that he was “in training” at an Islamic State camp. This indicates that Hussain may have helped Hoxha cross into the group’s territory.
Wright, Rahim and a third member of the group, Nicholas Rovinski, eventually decided on a different path than that taken by Hoxha. They were in the early stages of a plot to kidnap and behead the anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller when, on June 2, 2015, Rahim was stopped by police outside of CVS in Roslindale, Massachusetts. They wanted to question him after wiretapping a conversation between Rahim and Wright that morning during which they discussed attack plans. Refusing to co-operate, Rahim pulled a hunting knife on the officers and was shot dead. Wright and Rovinski were arrested shortly afterward and charged with a range of offences; in 2016,Rovinski pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges related to the plot . He testified against Wright, who was convicted in 2017 and is now serving a 28-year sentence.
At the time of his death, Rahim was portrayed as just another incompetent “lone wolf” Islamic State supporter with no serious connections to any real-world group members. Even after investigators arrested Wright, who at the time was unemployed and essentially immobile due to his weight, and Rovinski, who had cerebral palsy, this “cell” of Islamic State supporters is still viewed largely as an isolated group of three friends acting on deluded fantasies.