Fox News: Active Duty Army Soldier Arrested on Terror Charges in Hawaii

‘Authorities say the soldier had connections with the ISIS terror group’

BAIER: "This is a Fox News alert. I am Bret Baier in Washington. U.S. officials telling the Associated Press at this hour an active duty army soldier has been arrested by the FBI on terrorism charges in Hawaii. Authorities say the soldier has had connections with the ISIS terror group and the FBI spokesman says S.W.A.T. special agents arrested Ikaika Kang Saturday. They say the soldier was with the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks in Honolulu. We'll have more on this story when information becomes available.”

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