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ICE Makes CHILLING Discovery

Eight individuals believed to be terrorists have been apprehended in three prominent cities across the United States. According to NBC News, these suspects, hailing from Tajikistan, are under suspicion of having connections to ISIS and were detained in New York City, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. Insider sources revealed that these individuals were already under the surveillance of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force and were taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Furthermore, it was disclosed that all eight men managed to enter the country by crossing the southern border.

BC Notes, “At least two of the men crossed the border in spring 2023, and one of those men used the CBP One app, which the Biden administration created to allow migrants to book appointments to claim asylum, those officials say.”

“The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force has been aware of a potential terrorist threat originating in central Europe, and it began monitoring these men as part of that investigation, three sources say,” it added.

A senior official from the United States informed NBC that law enforcement had been conducting surveillance on the group and the activities of the suspects for several months.

“While they have not been charged with a terrorist connection or plot yet, the FBI alerted ICE they should be arrested because of potential ties to ISIS, and they were arrested on immigration charges, two sources say,” the outlet reported. “They are detained and face removal proceedings before an immigration judge, and they could later face terrorism-related charges, two sources say.”

The FBI and DHS said, “Over the last few days, ICE agents arrested several non-citizens pursuant to immigration authorities.”

“The actions were carried out in close coordination with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces. The individuals arrested are detained in ICE custody pending removal proceedings,” the statement added.

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