Stars and Stripes 18 Dec, 2020 04:00 am

NC man pleads guilty to terrorism charge

NC man pleads guilty to terrorism charge
Benjamin Ryan Teeter admitted he and another man built firearms suppressors that they delivered to an informant and an undercover FBI employee, believing they were going to Hamas.

Authorities have said the pair also offered to fight as mercenaries for the group.Authorities said Solomon and Teeter are self-described members of the "Boogaloo Bois.Solomon and Teeter told an informant that the views of Hamas — a Palestinian Islamic political party — aligned with their own anti-government views and that they wanted to work as mercenaries on behalf of Hamas' armed wing so they could earn cash for the Boogaloo movement, authorities said.NC man pleads guilty to terrorism charge Benjamin Ryan Teeter pleaded guilty Wednesday, Dec.

SHERBURNE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE /AP MINNEAPOLIS — A North Carolina man and self-described member of an anti-government extremist group who authorities say traveled to Minnesota during protests following the death of George Floyd pleaded guilty Wednesday to a terrorism charge.Benjamin Ryan Teeter, 22, of Hampstead, North Carolina, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

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