LAS VEGAS (AP) – A court document says a Las Vegas man accused of plotting to break into a synagogue or bar to serve LGBT customers also allegedly planned an attack on a fast-food restaurant.
U.S. Magistrate Nancy Koppe wrote to a detention center for 23-year-old Conor Climo on a weapons charge in which he wrote plans to attack a McDonald "and talked about the attack as a mission. of suicide. "
Climo's defense lawyers did not immediately respond to emails Saturday about the allegation contained in the order signed on August 9 by Koppe and made public on Wednesday.
Climo was arrested on August 8 by an FBI led by the anti-terrorism task force.
Court documents claim Climo was communicating via encrypted internet chat with people identified as white supremacists, and told an FBI informant that he was scouting the area of attack .
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