A 20-year-old Georgia woman Kim Ahn Vo was arrested outside Augusta on charges of being part of ISIS’ United Cyber Caliphate in which she created kill list for jihadist.
Kim Ahn Vo joined the collective . The collective in the past posted names, address and other personal information on New Yorkers as well as a kill list with more than 8,000 names on them telling jihadist to “kill them wherever you find them.”
Vo also targeted a New York-based nonprofit whose purpose was to fight against ISIS propaganda and threatened the CEO who was a former U.S. ambassador.
She faces up to 20 years in prison.