An Iraqi resident living in the U.S. has been accused of supporting and abetting a plot to kill previous President George W. Shrub, the Justice Department reported Tuesday, divulging a supposed plan to pirate four ISIS agents into the country to kill the previous president.
Shihab Ahmed Shihab, 52, was captured by the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force on Tuesday and showed up in government court in Ohio in the early evening.
A FBI sworn statement on the side of a criminal grumbling claimed Shihab tried to pirate four other Iraqi nationals into the U.S. across the southern boundary to kill the previous Republican president as reprisal for Iraqi passings during the attack of Iraq.
As per the testimony, Shihab told a classified source working with his desired FBI to recruit the witness to illicitly bring ISIS partners into the U.S., and that these people planned to kill the previous president.
“In October and December 2021, Shihab acknowledged huge number of dollars for the implied sneaking. In all actuality, the individual was imaginary, and the connection was facilitated under the course of the FBI,” the U.S. Lawyer’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio said in an explanation.
Shihab ventured out to Dallas in February of this current year to keep an eye on the president’s home and met with others in Ohio to survey potential guns and policing to wear, the FBI said.
Freddy Ford, the previous president’s head of staff, said Bush “has all the trust on the planet in the United States Secret Service and our policing knowledge networks.”
Shihab came to the U.S. around September 2020 on a guest visa got “through the help of a bad Iraqi American project worker at the U.S. government office,” as per the FBI oath. Once in the U.S., he went after shelter and stood firm on different footings around Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana.
Helping and abetting the endeavored murder of a previous U.S. official like a president conveys a jail sentence as long as 20 years. Shihab is likewise accused of endeavoring to unlawfully carry a person to the U.S., a wrongdoing deserving of as long as 10 years in jail.