2 Ex-NYC Students Indicted on ISIS Terror Charges - NBC New York
I-Team InvestigationsTerror Threat in NYC
Jonathan Dienst Investigates


2 Ex-NYC Students Indicted on ISIS Terror Charges



    2 Ex-NYC Students Indicted on ISIS Terror Charges
    AFP/Getty Images
    Kashmiri demonstrators hold up a flag of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) during a demonstration against Israeli military operations in Gaza, in downtown Srinagar on July 18, 2014. The death toll in Gaza hit 265 as Israel pressed a ground offensive on the 11th day of an assault aimed at stamping out rocket fire, medics said. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)

    U.S. authorities say two former New York City college students have been indicted on terror charges accusing them of plotting to help ISIS.

    Munther Omar Saleh and Fareed Mumuni have been in custody since June. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn announced on Tuesday a grand jury had returned an indictment.

    Prosecutors say the 21-year-old Saleh had researched recipes for homemade explosives and looked up city landmarks on the Internet. They also say he and the 20-year-old Mumuni discussed how to build a pressure cooker bomb.

    Their defense attorneys haven't responded to messages seeking comment on the indictment. An attorney previously denied Mumuni is an Islamic State convert and said he has a clean record.

    ISIS Terror Suspects Make Court Appearance

    [NY] ISIS Terror Suspects Make Court Appearance
    Fareed Mumuni and Munther Saleh faced a judge on terror-related charges. Marc Santia reports
    (Published Thursday, July 2, 2015)

    An arraignment is set for Aug. 20.

    Get the latest from NBC 4 New York anywhere, anytime