Hasher Jallal Taheb was arrested Jan. 16 in an FBI sting. Authorities say he traded his car for an antitank rocket, guns and explosives and had shared plans to storm the White House with an undercover FBI agent and an FBI source.
At one meeting, Hasher Jallal Taheb, 21, of Cumming, Georgia, showed an undercover agent a hand-drawn diagram of the ground floor of the West Wing of the White House and detailed a plan for attack, a affidavit says. He asked the undercover agent to obtain the weapons and explosives needed to carry out the attack, and they discussed selling or exchanging their cars to pay for them.
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