A former student at St. Catherine University in Minnesota was arrested for trying to start fires at the school. Things got much worse when they started looking into her connections. It turned out she was working with the well known terror group Al-Qaeda. Now she’s in a world of trouble.
Campus Reform reports:
Former student, alleged arsonist charged with aiding Al-Qaeda
A former St. Catherine University student who allegedly tried to burn down the school in retaliation for U.S. foreign policy has been charged with attempting to aid terrorists.
According to a three-count indictment obtained by ABC 5, the 19 year-old Tnuza Hassan is now facing federal charges for allegedly attempting to “provide material support and resources” to Al-Qaeda in September of last year.
“On or about September 19, 2017, within the State and District of Minnesota, and elsewhere, the defendant, Tnuza Hassan, did knowingly attempt to provide material support and resources…to a foreign terrorist organization, namely, al-Qa’ida, knowing that it was a designated foreign terrorist organization and that the organization had engaged and was engaging in terrorist activity and terrorism,” the indictment states.
Alongside her terrorism-related charge, Hassan is also being charged with arson and making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
As previously reported by Campus Reform, the former student was arrested after she allegedly set eight fires in seven different buildings on campus, later explaining that her goal was to “hurt people” and “burn [the school] to the ground.”
She’s probably going to jail for a very long time and she has no one to blame but herself.