Twin Cities Man Survives I-35 Bridge Collapse Uses Money To Join ISIL
Mohamed Amiin Ali Roble has become the 11th Twin Cities man to be charged with providing support to ISIL. Roble was only 10 years old when he was injured in the I-35 bridge collapse in 2007. He was awarded $91,654 in settlement money on his 18th birthday. According to federal charges filed Wednesday, Roble used those funds to finance his 2014 travel to join the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and he also helped fellow Jihadists in Syria pay for cars and weddings.