Parents of Georgia Woman Shocked Over Arrest for ISIS Cyber Caliphate Involvement

Kim Anh Vo never gave her parents a moment of worry, until FBI agents arrested her Tuesday morning on a charge of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, the Islamic State.

The 20-year-old graduated in 2017 from Hephzibah High School where she made As and Bs. She wanted to one day work for the FBI in cyber security, Long Vo said Wednesday at the family’s home in Hephzibah. He and his wife are still in shock. They hadn’t a clue about what his daughter is accused of doing, Vo said while fighting tears.

“She a good girl,” he said of his oldest child. Kim was the kind of person who went to school and came straight home, he said. When she did venture out she was expected to call him every hour.

Read more at The Augusta Chronicle

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