Kansas ISIS Lady Sentenced To 20 Years

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Fluke-Ekren converted to Islam years ago, while attending the University of Kansas and was "predisposed to zealotry," her father said, according to a government filing. She fled to Egypt, Libya and ultimately Syria, all the while "using different husbands to advocate for approval of her military training plans from the leadership in the terrorist groups with whom she was associated overseas."

Once in Syria, according to one of at least six government witnesses who say they interacted with her, Fluke-Ekren presented a plan of attack to a paid U.S. foreign government source. That plan, Fluke-Ekren admitted in court earlier this year, was to target an American college campus in the Midwest with explosives. Although Fluke-Ekren said the plan had been presented to the then-leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, it was ultimately put on hold, the initial charging documents said.

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Kansas woman who led all-female ISIS battalion sentenced to 20 years in prison | CNN Politics

Allison Fluke-Ekren, a Kansas woman who led an all-female ISIS battalion in Syria, was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday in a federal courtroom in Alexandria, Virginia.

American woman who went from Kansas teacher to ISIS leader sentenced to 20 years in prison

Fluke-Ekren waged violent jihad in Libya, Iraq and Syria for eight years, prosecutors said. She trained women and children to use AK-47 assault rifles, grenades and suicide belts. Fluke-Ekren's lawyers argued she deserves a shorter sentence after trauma and loss she suffered.

Kansas woman Allison Fluke-Ekren, who led all-female ISIS battalion, sentenced to 20 years in prison

Fluke-Ekren pleaded guilty to flying from the U.S. to Syria to support ISIS. Prosecutors said she "brainwashed young girls and trained them to kill."