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U.S. Soldier Arrested, Accused Of Trying To Provide Material Support To ISIS

Ikaika Erik Kang had been investigated for over a year by the Army and the FBI. He is accused of offering the extremist group military documents and training.

A U.S. soldier who allegedly tried to support ISIS with classified military documents, training services and a financial donation has been arrested. Ikaika Erik Kang, a sergeant first class in the

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