Jaelyn Young got 12 Years Prison and 15 Years Parole For Joining ISIS
On March 30, Jaelyn Young plead guilty before Chief U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock of the Northern District of Mississippi, imposed today’s sentence. Judge Aycock ordered Young to also serve a 15 year term of supervised release following her imprisonment.
Young pleaded guilty to conspiring with Muhammad Oda Dakhlalla, 23, also of Starkville, to provide material support to ISIL. Dakhlalla pleaded guilty to the same charge on March 13 and will be sentenced on Aug. 24.
The investigation was conducted by the FBI’s Jackson Division Joint Terrorism Task Force and the Washington Field Office. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Clay Joyner and Bob Norman of the Northern District of Mississippi and Trial Attorney Rebecca Magnone of the National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section.