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Feds Set Up Patsy From Banglidesh In “Terror Plot” Against Federal Reserve | THE JEENYUS CORNER

New York Branch of the Federal Reserve in lower Manhattan


(Updated 4:00pm EDT)

NEW YORK (WABC) — One man was arrested in a federal terrorism sting targeting the Federal Reserve in lower Manhattan.

The suspect was detected and then monitored as part of a joint federal NYPD operation.

FBI says arrests Bangladeshi national in plot to detonate what he believed was a 1,000-pound bomb at Federal Reserve Bank in New York

FBI also stated that suspect Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis traveled to U.S. in January 2012 for purpose of conducting attack on U.S. soil

Agents set up a sting and he was caught and taken into custody according to officials.

Authorities say the suspect parked a van that he thought was filled with explosives.

He then tried to set them off with a cell phone call made from the Millennium Hotel, across from the World Trade Center, officals said.

But the attempt turned out to be a big sting. The van did not explode, and the suspect was arrested by federal agents.

A joint FBI/NYPD operation flagged the suspect on the internet three months ago.

Officials say the man, who is believed to live on Long Island, was never a danger to the public.

Paperwork will be unsealed in federal court in Downtown Brooklyn this afternoon.



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