A New York City man and his wife were arrested after conspiring to provide support for the terror group ISIS and trying to board a cargo ship bound for the Middle East to join the group — and even discussed a domestic attack at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, prosecutors said.

James Bradley and his wife, Arwa Muthana, were taken into custody Wednesday at a Newark, New Jersey, seaport by the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force as they tried to board the ship to head overseas.

According to prosecutors from the U.S. Southern District of New York, the 20-year-old Bradley had expressed violent extremist views, including his support for and desire to join ISIS, since at least 2019. In May 2020, he told an undercover law enforcement officer that he thought ISIS may be good for Muslims because of the caliphate it had been trying to establish, the criminal complaint stated. He also explained that he wanted to conduct a terrorist attack in the U.S., specifically discussing a potential attack at West Point.

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