New FBI Warning to US Military on ISIS

Feds tell service members to scrub social media accounts, which could offer clues to extremists.
1:29 | 12/01/14

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A new threat from Isis targeting active service members here in the U.S. And abroad. Reporter: This is the strongest warn to date about possible Isis attacks on members of the U.S. Military stations here in the U.S. In a joint intelligence bulletin issued overnight, the FBI and homeland security says Isis is spotting and assessing followers in the U.S. Who are willing and capable of conducting attacks on current and former members of the U.S. Military. Officials say they fear copy cat attacks based on what happened in Canada when two Canadian soldiers were killed by young men who said they were yis Isis followers. Social media accounts should be looked at for any information that could attract extremists. Some members of U.S. Special forces operations have told ABC news they already have deactivated Facebook and other social media accounts, George. They cannot be too careful. We have this Isis affiliate in Egypt announcing the killing over another American? Yes, an oil worker by the name of William Henderson. His company says he was killed in August in a CARA jacking. The FBI is skeptical of the claims but they're investigating.

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