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Well fans, we finally have the answer, and that answer is…Well fans, we finally have the answer, and that answer is… “I like that I can be, like, a wingman for her,” he says.Ellen Barry, Washington's attorney said, "It's not a smoking gun, nothing like, 'Here is your directive: Kill all infidels.'" A California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) employee who knew James before the JIS conspiracy allegedly unfolded, described James as forthright, honest and a calming and rational voice in group counseling sessions."The only thing I can say about the character of Kevin James is that he's all man.Guys in prison are under a lot of pressure and he never appeared to buckle," said the CDCR source.
The documents implicated Samana, who confessed to robbing two gas stations.
According to the government's indictment, while in prison, James wrote and distributed a document known as the "JIS Protocol." Randy Parsons, the FBI special agent in charge of counterterrorism in Los Angeles during the JIS investigation, says, "The protocol specifically outlines the justification for their attacks.
It gives direction to both persons inside and outside [prison] as well as tactical guidance: Acquire weapons; they did that." (Parsons, who recently retired, told FRONTLINE that his statements reflect his personal opinion and not that of the FBI.) However, according to lawyers for the defense, the government's only physical evidence linking James directly to the terrorist plans is a letter that James sent to Washington.
The fourth man indicted is Kevin Lamar James, 29, who has been housed in California State Prison, Sacramento since 1996 for committing a gang-related armed robbery. Among the crimes with which the defendants are charged is seditious conspiracy: a statute dating from 1790 which allows the government to charge people who plan but do not carry out crimes against the United States.
Originally drafted to try those who advocated secession, it has been used recently in several counterterrorism cases, including the successful conviction of the so-called "blind sheik," Omar Abdel-Rahman, and co-defendants who plotted to blow up the United Nations.