The ISIL wannabees meet the FBI

NY Times:

F.B.I. Uses Stings, Once a Last Resort, in Most ISIS Cases

In investigations into Americans suspected of supporting the Islamic State, a sharp rise in the number of undercover operations has come with little public or congressional scrutiny.
Of course the courts are the proper venue to scrutinize a sting operation.  The defendant has the right to challenge the indictment and try to show entrapment.  Much of the public is happy to see the potential terrorist put away before they can commit mass murder like the couple in San Bernardino.

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