Soldier arrested on terror charges in Hawaii

Ikaika Kang, 34, allegedly pledged allegiance to ISIS and attempted to provide the organization with documents and military training, according to the FBI.
0:58 | 07/11/17

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We turn to a terrorist here in the United States. A highly decorated U.S. Soldier has been charged with trying to provide material for to ISIS believed to be the first active duty service member to face these kind of charges and Pierre Thomas is tracking the case. Good morning, Pierre. Reporter: Good morning. The FBI says they arrested ikaika kang, a decorated soldier after becoming increasingly concerned that he would turn to violence in the name of ISIS. Kang is a veteran of Afghanistan and an active U.S. Army sergeant and an expert marksman. He was arrested Saturday shortly after telling an undercover agent posing as an ISIS radical he wanted to take his rifle, magazines and kill a bunch of people, George. Pierre, any sense of how he became radicalized? Reporter: Prosecutors suggested he was radicalized online. They say the FBI found 146 videos and 671 graphic files that reference ISIS and violence on his laptop, George. Good thing they caught it. Thanks very much.

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