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Man tied to cartoon contest attack accessed Islamic State list, authorities say

Man tied to cartoon contest attack accessed Islamic State list, authorities say

The Arizona man accused of training and arming two men who went on to attack a “draw Muhammad” cartoon contest in Texas has been indicted on charges that he accessed an Islamic State list that recorded the names and home addresses of U.S. service members.

The indictment provides the clearest possible link yet between Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, 44, and the terrorist group, which claimed credit for the attack. Although the indictment does not allege that Kareem communicated directly with the group, the list of military members came from Islamic State. That was enough to lead to charges that he provided material support to Islamic State.

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