In the United States condemned the accomplice of IG*

A resident of Florida Alison Marie Sheppard received 5 years and 10 months in prison for attempted aiding suicide bombers from ISIS*, said in a press release from the U.S. attorney's office in Fort Myers.

Sheppard, also known as "Ayesha Abdullah," pleaded guilty in supporting terrorist organizations in 2019.

According to court documents, in 2017 Sheppard bought and tried to send terrorists 10 mobile phones, which she thought can be used for improvised explosive devices.

2016 Sheppard spoke in support of extremism in General and ISIS in particular on the websites of Facebook and YouTube. She also praised the attacks and communicate with supporters* on the network. One of her interlocutors were detained by the FBI and began to cooperate with the authorities. With Sheppard spoke two more "supporters of the IG*", which actually were law enforcement officers. Sheppard agreed with a friend who cooperated with the authorities, about buying phones. She then mailed them to the undercover agents, who were considered supporters of the IG.*

In addition to imprisonment, the court sentenced Sheppard to 15 years police supervision.

*A terrorist group banned in Russia.