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Hmmm.. What the hell did ISIS been doing to our people to get them on their side? I know its not because they threaten their love one that if they don't join they'll hurt them.. Highly doubt it because those before her would have told our government about this problem.

Make you wonder if they have powerful mind technique to get people to join their side.. I mean by talking to them.. to convinence them to join ISIS.

I better not think too much of it, I'll ending up getting headache on why people willing to join terrorist group known as ISIS.. I got high morally....Well I hope so haha..



I'm guessing brainwashed and "promises" of a better life.
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Hang them
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FruitPunchSamurai987 wrote:
Hey, not Florida this time.
GG well played florida man!

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Man, this is straight up cult member behaviour. Like she read the check list of warning signs someone is being roped into a cult and thought "Yeah, I can do that."

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Probably a good thing for her that she didn't actually make it to Syria. Once she made contact with ISIS in person, there is likely all manner of horrors she'd have been subjected to.
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I hate that I live here in MS knowing this was going on. It is really making MS look so terrible now. I am ready to move now, Mom. No more waiting.

Her fiance did a great job brainwashing her. It takes a man to do that to a vulnerable woman. She was brainwashed by "LOVE" and not actually seeing wtf is really going on right now. She was blinded by love. That's it. Naive, vulnerable, and talented girl threw away her future for some guy who didn't care about her in the first place. And I thought that they respected women. Smh. Wow.
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Smokegetsinyourthighs wrote:

Isn't ISIS just our middle east branch of the CIA?


We trained most of them long in the past
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ishe5555 wrote:

Probably a good thing for her that she didn't actually make it to Syria. Once she made contact with ISIS in person, there is likely all manner of horrors she'd have been subjected to.


They treat women like dirt and she did not think of that
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runec wrote:

Man, this is straight up cult member behaviour. Like she read the check list of warning signs someone is being roped into a cult and thought "Yeah, I can do that."



That's one thing I can actually agree with you on.
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FallenAngelicBeing wrote:
Her fiance did a great job brainwashing her.
not that females are good at doing it to other females or themselfs -__-

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FallenAngelicBeing wrote:
Her fiance did a great job brainwashing her.
not that females are good at doing it to other females or themselfs -__-



omg I did not get anything you just said?
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I'm a bit confused, based on the article all she did was try to join a terrorist group and dislike the US government? Did she commit any actual crime other than the intent of committing crime? I recognize she may be pushing into the harm principle of free speech but seriously people thinks she needs to die?

Is this not essentially a thought crime. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoughtcrime). Doesn't the terrorist organization she wanted to join believe the same thing that we should be killed for our thoughts? I'm not real comfortable copying them.

I don't like what she says or what she is about, but I do not think its our societies best interest to start prosecuting people based on what they may do or what they may think. I could be missing part of the story but I personally like my criminals to have actually done something tangible before calling for their heads.
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I'm a bit confused, based on the article all she did was try to join a terrorist group and dislike the US government? Did she commit any actual crime other than the intent of committing crime? I recognize she may be pushing into the harm principle of free speech but seriously people thinks she needs to die?

Is this not essentially a thought crime. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoughtcrime). Doesn't the terrorist organization she wanted to join believe the same thing that we should be killed for our thoughts? I'm not real comfortable copying them.

I don't like what she says or what she is about, but I do not think its our societies best interest to start prosecuting people based on what they may do or what they may think. I could be missing part of the story but I personally like my criminals to have actually done something tangible before calling for their heads.


She had active plans to join a terrorist organization, and was arrested boarding a plane to Turkey.

It was past thinking, it was in action.
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MattMiller wrote:
I'm a bit confused, based on the article all she did was try to join a terrorist group and dislike the US government? Did she commit any actual crime other than the intent of committing crime? I recognize she may be pushing into the harm principle of free speech but seriously people thinks she needs to die?
Not death, but rethink.

one count of conspiring to provide material support to ISIS.
or rather going to support terror and if this was the case then its better to stop her now but no violent actions are needed.

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MattMiller wrote:

I'm a bit confused, based on the article all she did was try to join a terrorist group and dislike the US government? Did she commit any actual crime other than the intent of committing crime? I recognize she may be pushing into the harm principle of free speech but seriously people thinks she needs to die?

Is this not essentially a thought crime. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoughtcrime). Doesn't the terrorist organization she wanted to join believe the same thing that we should be killed for our thoughts? I'm not real comfortable copying them.

I don't like what she says or what she is about, but I do not think its our societies best interest to start prosecuting people based on what they may do or what they may think. I could be missing part of the story but I personally like my criminals to have actually done something tangible before calling for their heads.


She had active plans to join a terrorist organization, and was arrested boarding a plane to Turkey.

It was past thinking, it was in action.


I can agree that's action, but still what crime did she commit? People can join the KKK which is a hate group without arrest, and the NeoNazi's. Both groups are hate groups that have harmed Americans why is she different? Keep in mind multiple people in this forum said her crimes where such that she should be put to death.
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