US soldier who kissed the ISIS flag and said he wanted to gun down innocent Americans pleads guilty to supplying terrorist group with secret military information

Thursday, August 30, 2018
By Paul Martin

Ikaika Erik Kang admitted to four counts of attempting to supply material to ISIS
Sergeant, 35, provided military secrets to undercover FBI agents posing as ISIS
He kissed terror group’s flag and said he wanted to go on killing spree in Hawaii
Disgraced soldier reached plea deal with the US and will serve 25 years in prison

30 August 2018

A soldier who was filmed by the FBI kissing the ISIS flag has pleaded guilty to supporting the jihadist group.

Ikaika Erik Kang, a 35-year-old sergeant first class in the US Army, admitted to four counts of attempting to provide material support to ISIS.

Kang, who is based in Hawaii, provided secret military information, a drone meant to track US troops and other support to undercover agents he believed were members of the terrorist organization.

The disgraced soldier reached a plea deal with the US and agreed to serve 25 years in prison.

By at least early 2016, Kang had become sympathetic toward ISIS.

The FBI gathered information from sources he knew, worked with or lived with when it began an investigation in August 2016.

Kang provided digital documents that included sensitive information including the US military’s weapons file, details about a sensitive mobile airspace management system, various military manuals and documents containing personal information about other troops service members.

Trained as an air traffic controller with a secret security clearance, Kang also provided documents including call signs, mission procedures and radio frequencies, ‘all of which would have been helpful to ISIS,’ US Attorney Ken Sorenson said.

At one of the meetings with agents Kang believed were part of the Islamic State, he swore loyalty to the group in Arabic and English and kissed an Islamic State flag given to him by a purported ISIS sheikh.

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