A Concord, N.C., man was charged with describing how to make explosives, in an effort to bomb an abortion clinic, after FBI agents found instructions on the man's Facebook page and caught him in a sting, officials said Thursday.
Justin Carl Moose, 26, is a self-described "extremist, radical" and the "Christian counterpart of Osama bin Laden," according to an affidavit filed by FBI agents. Agents arrested Moose, who lives in a northwest Concord neighborhood, on Tuesday.
His arrest followed an investigation that began after Planned Parenthood alerted the FBI to a Facebook page registered to Moose, which the group said was advocating extreme violence against abortion providers.
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NP: I'm sure he considers himself a "real Christian" just like Bin Laden considers himself a "good Muslim". That same old double standard. You will argue Bin Laden doesn't represent the whole of Islam, and he is a radical that is an exception to the rule. But, this man, who considers himself a Christian is the representative of the whole group because Christianity can't have extremists. That is the most hypocritical position of all. One group must be divided into faithful and extreme/radicals; yet, the other group is all radical without the possibility of extremist/radicals. This is a position you can't defend. I live in NC, and I'm a Christian. I'm glad they caught him. Terrorism can't be tolerated from any group.
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