By Eric Longabardi
Adding to a long and increasing list of cases where U.S. based terrorism suspects have been arrested and charged with attempting to carry out mass terror bombing attacks on U.S. soil, Federal authorities in Maryland have charged a 21-year old Baltimore man, Antonio Martinez, (aka- Muhammad Hussain) with attempting to blow up a Armed Forces Career Center in a suburb of Baltimore, MD today.
According to the U.S. Attorney in Baltimore, Martinez attempted to carry out an attack with a car bomb he believed was real, although the bomb in this case was a fake supplied to the suspect by the FBI in an undercover sting operation.
Read the U.S. Attorney's allegations against Martinez:
This is the latest arrest in a string of FBI cases daring back to last year in which suspects have been charged with attempting to carry out terror attacks on U.S. soil, with the help of undercover FBI agents. In addition to the Baltimore case today, recent cases just earlier this year have unfolded in Portland, OR, Washington DC, Chicago, IL. Last year similar cases happened when the FBI provided suspects with fake bombs in Dallas, TX and in Springfield, IL.