By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The man accused of plotting to bomb a church on the North Side in the name of ISIS is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday.
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Mustafa Alowemer is expected to enter into a guilty plea on Thursday morning before a federal judge.
He is facing a list of charges and is accused of planning to bomb the Legacy International Worship Center more than two years ago.
He also threatened to kill police.
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