Hawaii Army soldier thought 9/11 was false flag attack

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 14, 2017

The evidence was presented during a detention hearing at U.S. District Court in Honolulu, where prosecutors argued that Kang's "zealous support of the world's most violent terrorist group" made him a threat to public safety.

Dustin Lyles says Army Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang believed the moon landing was faked, questioned the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and thought the September 11 terrorist attacks were an inside job coordinated by the USA government.

Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, was detained on Saturday after allegedly attempting to provide material to the death cult including a drone aircraft and combat training instructions.

Bervar noted that since Kang never had any contact with real members of the group, the government was "pouring gasoline on the fire of his mental illness".

Kang was deployed to Iraq from March 2010 to February 2011, and it is though from then he has described his sympathizing nature towards the Muslim terrorists, and now it has crossed limits.

Lyles is medically retired from the Army and says they bunked together for a month in 2013.

Kang aspired to become a pro MMA fighter, Lyles said.

With help from a Veterans Administration loan, Kang purchased a condo in May 2016 in a tidy suburban complex about a 20-minute drive to Schofield Barracks, according to property records.

He talked about having respect for the ideology of Islamic terrorist groups. "(Kang) goes, 'One time I followed this guy from the east side down to the west side, '" she recalled. His father, Clifford Kang, told CBS affiliate KGMB that he believed his son may suffer from PTSD from his tours overseas.

But the father was anxious the job would be too stressful.

Kang's defense attorney did not oppose the federal government's motion to detain his client without bail, telling reporters after the hearing that Kang was in desperate need of a mental health evaluation. "You can always change. and they will understand.' And he said, 'I can handle'".

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