“Satanist” soldier headed to court for bomb plot against media outlets

An Army infantryman who identifies as a Satanist is facing his day in court after he allegedly distributed information concerning the manufacturing of IEDs.

Jarret William Smith, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of distributing explosives information and making a threatening interstate communication around five weeks ago, is finally going to federal court today after he gave information to an undercover FBI agent and suggested attacking an Antifa member.

In addition to threatening the Antifa member, authorities claim the Soldier also wanted to use a car bomb against a major news outlet.

While in high school he was was once on the “hit list” of a teenager who tried to blow up his high school.

In August of 2011, Smith and his father did an interview with ABC 15 about the shooting and his potential killer.

“I think it’s ridiculous that he would get such a little amount of time for such a big thing,” Smith said after Helms was sentenced to six years in prison. “I pretty much don’t know anything about him and here he is trying to take me out.”

According to the Stars and Stripes, Smith’s attorneys claim that he was only being an internet troll, and had no intention of ever harming anyone.

Smith identifies as a “Satanist” and was a Private stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas.

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