Plea Deal In Works For Man Accused Of Plotting To Bomb South Florida Synagogue

A plea agreement is near for a man accused of plotting to bomb a South Florida synagogue and Jewish school in support of the Islamic State extremist group.

The attorney for 41-year-old James Medina said in court papers that negotiations with prosecutors on a proposed guilty plea are nearly complete. 

The FBI says Medina plotted with an undercover informant to bomb the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center at 20400 NE 30th Avenue in Miami in April 2016 during Passover. 

Medina was arrested after the informant provided him with a real-looking dummy bomb.

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