US Army sergeant arrested in Hawaii as ISIS recruit and spy

Under FBI surveillance for more than a year, US Army Sgt. Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, an air traffic control operator at US Army Pacific Command, was brought before the US District Court in Honolulu Monday. He was charged with seeking to provide classified military documents and training to ISIS. Kang was arrested after he swore a pledge of loyalty to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, and said he wanted to kill "a bunch of people" who had committed genocide. Kang served extensively in Iraq, Afghanistan and South Korea and was awarded several commendations

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