Mr. Ferdaus, of Ashland, Mass
Mr. Ferdaus, of Ashland, Mass., ray ban wayfarer is a U.S. citizen and graduate of Northeastern University with a degree in physics, authorities said. He was arrested in September 2011 in a Federal Bureau of Investigation sting operation in which FBI agents provided him fake explosives. The plot never posed a danger to the public because it was controlled by the agents, authorities said. In addition to his Pentagon plot, he planned to attack the Capitol with grenades and assault rifles, the FBI alleged. Prosecutors alleged that he provided to people he believed oakley sunglasses popular for women were al Qaeda recruiters mobile phones modified to act as detonators for improvised explosives, intending them to be used against U.S. soldiers overseas. Mr. Ferdaus didn't know his alleged co-plotters were undercover FBI agents who were conducting a sting, according to prosecutors. The federal prosecutors alleged that Mr. Ferdaus in 2010 began plotting to commit jihad against the U.S. At a January 2011 meeting with a federal informant, he said he was planning to attack the Pentagon with his own home-made drone, oakley sunglasses classic 2012 on sale prosecutors alleged.