A man from Georgia who says officials plotted an attack on the White House and many other American landmarks, who accused of trying to kill a house owned or rented in the United States, was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment on Thursday. Court of District in March.
Hasher Jallal Taheb, 23, was accused not only of the White House but also a Statue of Liberty (Memorial of Washington, the Memorial of Lincoln, and the Synagogue) from Cumming, Georgia.
At under-cover meetings with Taheb, the FBI gathered information, reporting that it had produced white house sketches and listed the weapons it had intended use. According to the FBI, Taheb ‘s motivation was his intention to join in “jihad.”
“Taheb deliberately orchestrated the assault on the White House to jeopardize the lives of staff and visitors,” said U.S. Byung J. Lavier. In a tweet, Pak said “BJay.” “Our government and political leaders are very thankful to us.