WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A third Florida man is set to plead guilty in an FBI terrorism sting involving a plot to travel to Syria and fight with the Islamic State extremist group.
Court records filed Monday show a plea agreement has been reached between federal prosecutors and 54-year-old Gregory Hubbard of West Palm Beach. A change of plea hearing is set for next week.
Hubbard previously pleaded not guilty to conspiracy, attempting to provide support to a foreign terrorist organization and selling ammunition to a felon. Details of his plea agreement have not been made public.
Two other men previously pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing.
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The case became complicated when the FBI’s main informant admitting committing fraud while working with the government. He is serving a two-year prison sentence.