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Would-Be Terrorist Fixated On ‘True Crime Community’ Sentenced To Prison

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Would-Be Terrorist Fixated On ‘True Crime Community’ Sentenced To Prison

New York Post

By Ben Feuerherd

The Ohio woman who was inspired by an online group known as the “True Crime Community” to plot the bombing of a pipeline and another terrorist attack at a local bar was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday, authorities said.

Elizabeth Lecron, 24, was also sentenced to a lifetime of supervision for plotting the attack at a Toledo bar and an interstate pipeline in Georgia in 2018, the FBI said.

Lecron, along with her boyfriend Vincent Armstrong, became obsessed with mass shootings and other violent acts through the internet fetish group, authorities alleged after her arrest.

Lecron wrote letters to Dylann Roof and the pair visited areas associated with the Columbine high school massacre, the FBI said.

They also bought guns and went to the shooting range to practice ahead of their planned attack, which they called “D-Day.”

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/11/20/would-be-terrorist-fixated-on-true-crime-community-sentenced-to-prison/