Ramo Pazara, a Muslim living in St. Louis, Missouri, traveled to Syria in 2013 to fight for the Islamic State jihadist organization. He was killed somewhere in the Middle East while waging Jihad.
According to a recent indictment, Pazara received material support–including funding–from a half dozen other Muslims.
The indictments allege that they knowingly provided funds for Pazara and others in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere who engaged in terrorism “with and in support of” the Islamic State and Al Qaeda-affiliated Al Nusra Front.
Ramiz and Sedina Hodzic, a couple living in St. Louis, bought uniforms, rifle scopes and other gear, the indictments claim.