Tracking ISIS: Homegrown Terror

Two Americans facing charges after being arrested for alleged ties to terror group.
1:00 | 11/26/14

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Now, to a breaking development in the fight against Isis and tracking down home grown terror here at home. Two men tonight facing criminal charges, one accused of trying to travel to Syria. The other suspected of making it there to fight alongside Isis. One found at the Minneapolis airport. ABC's senior justice correspondent Pierre Thomas live in Washington tonight. Pierre? Reporter: David, the FBI's launched an intensive campaign to block Americans trying to join Isis, stopping 12 people headed to Iraq and Syria this year alone. In this latest case, two young men from Minneapolis, ages 18 and 20, were charged with trying to go to Syria. The 18-year-old was detained at the Minneapolis airport in may and kept under saw say lens until he was arrested today. The man who drove him to the airport took some time to identify. David, by the time the FBI figured out who he was, they discovered he was in Syria, fighting with Isis. All right, Pierre Thomas live in our Washington bureau. Pierre, thank you.

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