WOULD-BE HOMELAND TERRORISTS INCLUDE
NATIONAL GUARD ENLISTED MAN IN ILLINOIS
FBI ARRESTS SPC HASAN EDMONDS AND HIS
COUSIN (JONAS EDMONDS) IN BIZARRE PLOT
TO JOIN ISIS AND ALSO ATTACK A JOLIET, ILL.
GUARD ARMORY AND "KILL FROM 100 TO 150
PEOPLE" - BOTH MEN FACE MAXIMUM PENALTY
OF 15 YEARS IN PRISON AND A $250,000 FINE

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Jonas Edmonds, 29, a no-good punk from Aurora, Ill., bragged to an undercover FBI informant that he was plotting to attack a nearby National Guard armory wearing his cousin's Army fatigue uniform.

The America-hating would-be terrorist said: "With the U.S., no matter how many you kill,. they keep coming, unless the soldiers and American people no longer have the will to fight. If we break their spirits, we (ISIS) will win."

Secretly tape-recorded, Edmonds revealed his plans to buy assault rifles and grenades from a third-party and kill as many National Guardsmen as possible at the Joliet, Ill.-based 634th Brigade Support Battalion.

"I'm hoping to kill 100 to 150 people," he allegedly said.

ARRESTED BY THE FBI AT MIDWAY AIRPORT

Jonas is the cousin of SPC Hasan Edmonds, also from Aurora, who wasn't content to conduct terrorism here in the States, he schemed to fly to the Middle East and join ISIS fighters in combat.

The 22 year-old enlisted man didn't make it past the boarding gate at Chicago's Midway Airport. Hasan had sought to fly to Cairo, Egypt and then on to ISIS-controlled territory, but FBI agents put the cuffs on him before he could leave.

Both men had their initial appearance in federal court Thursday and were charged with conspiring to "provide material support and resources to a terrorist organization." That organization" is the dreaded and blood-thirsty ISIS.

If convicted, the Edmonds face up to 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.