Ex-US Army soldier sentenced for attempted attack on soldiers following Satanic, neo-Nazi group

Ex-US Army soldier sentenced for attempted attack on soldiers following Satanic, neo-Nazi group

A former US Army soldier was sentenced to 45 years in prison for a planned attack on his own fellow soldiers.

Louisville, Ky. Its Ethan Phelan Melzer, aka Etil Reggad, attempted to coordinate with a neo-Nazi organization known as the Order of the Nine Angles (O9A). Ambush by other US troops He was working with foreign countries to leak their location to al-Qaeda.

The decision comes after Meltzer pleaded guilty on Friday to attempted murder of US military personnel, attempting to provide and provide material support to terrorists and illegally transmitting national defense information.

“Melzer betrayed his fellow soldiers and his country,” said Robert Wells, assistant director of the FBI’s counterterrorism division. Department of Justice.

“Americans serving their country overseas should never fear a terrorist attack from within their own ranks, and today’s sentence holds him accountable for his deadly plan to attack the brave men and women of the armed forces who protect our nation,” Wells added.

The DOJ’s report described O9A as “a white supremacist, neo-Nazi and pro-jihadist group” that is “hateful and satanic belief“In addition to promoting extreme violence to accelerate and destroy Western civilization.”

Meltzer, 24, ate O9A and ISIS propaganda while deployed overseas in Italy in 2019.

A year later when he was reassigned to a project that involved access to sensitive military information, he immediately began sharing it with members of the terrorist group.

Meltzer proposed, supported, and helped plan the supposed 2020 ambush that would affect a “Genocide” on his fellow soldiers.

Meltzer also told O9A that he has no problem dying for them.

“It would be another war. . . . I would have died successfully. . . because[ing] Another 10 years of war in the Middle East Will definitely leave a mark,” he wrote via encrypted message channel.

“Today’s sentence makes clear that Meltzer’s brazen actions have backfired,” said U.S. Attorney Damian Williams. “This office, along with our partners in law enforcement and the military, will work tirelessly to bring traitors like Meltzer to justice and protect the safety and integrity of our armed services,” he added.

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