The man accused of helping attack a Muhammad drawing contest in Texas also planned to attack the Super Bowl, investigators said.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, 43, who was arrested last week on charge connected to the Garland attack, is being held in jail without bond, Cleveland.com reports. He is accused of supplying weapons to the attackers,
During a federal court hearing, FBI Special Agent Dina McCarthy said Kareem wanted to attack the Super Bowl in Phoenix in February.
“This is an individual who is apt to incite violence,” prosecutor Kristen Brook said. “This defendant, based on all these facts, is dangerous, he is off-the-charts dangerous.”