RICHMOND, Va. – A woman in Virginia is being charged after attempting to aid the Islamic barbarian group ISIS, which identifies itself as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, and lying to investigators about it.
Heather Coffman, 29, of Henrico County had been posting a number of statuses in favor of the terrorist sect on several Facebook accounts that she manages under different aliases. According to reports, on one of her accounts, she listed her job description as being “jihad for Allah’s sake.” Coffman also allegedly posted pro-ISIS photographs, including one that included the caption “We are all ISIS, Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (Syria).”
Her Facebook posts prompted an undercover sting operation, during which an FBI agent met with Coffman and explained that he had a friend who wanted to join ISIS and become a martyr. She replied that she could help him, stating that she had contacts that could assist him with getting into Syria.
The undercover agent continued with meetings with Coffman. In one of the meetings earlier this month, the agent brought a second man with him, and the three created a secret code to discuss plans so as not to tip off law enforcement. Coffman also requested that she be provided with a list of questions for her facilitator as she wanted to handle all communication with him.
Written by Heather Clark
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