Virginia Man Charged with Making ISIS Video Detailing How to Make Explosives

A Virginia man suspected to support the Islamic State has been arrested and charged with making a video to help ISIS.

A federal criminal complaint claims 30-year-old Romeo Langhorne of Rocky Mount attempted to teach ISIS supporters how to make an explosive often used in suicide bombings through an instructional video. The complaint said Langhorne attempted to post the video online November 11.

The criminal complaint claims Langhorne created a video on how to make triacetone triperoxide (TATP), a deadly explosive chemical, with the assistance of the undercover agent.

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