Although the FBI discovered an ISIS “hit list” containing the names of over 15,000 everyday U.S. citizens, none were alerted by the agency. The terror group published the kill list on an encrypted website, including names and home addresses of individuals from California and New York to Texas—all targeted for death.
Circa News says it has identified almost two dozen Texans on the list alone who were never contacted by the FBI, which also never alerted local police. A woman who wished to remain anonymous told Circa, “I was terrified. We live in a different world and the Jewish community is a number-one target of these radicals. I’m very upset that I was not notified by the FBI or local law enforcement.”
Though it seems like a serious oversight, former FBI agent Chad Jenkins said, “I would be very shocked if the FBI was not taking this seriously.”