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Special Report: From abuse to a chat room, a martyr is made - Jane's Jihad

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Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is seen in a June 1997 mug shot released by the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office after her arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) in San Angelo, Texas. LaRose was arrested on federal terrorism charges in 2009 and pleaded guilty to plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist who had depicted the Prophet Mohammed in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Tom...more

Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is seen in a June 1997 mug shot released by the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office after her arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) in San Angelo, Texas. LaRose was arrested on federal terrorism charges in 2009 and pleaded guilty to plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist who had depicted the Prophet Mohammed in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Tom Green County Sheriff's Office/Handout
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Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is shown in an undated video grab released by the Site Intelligence Group on March 10, 2010. REUTERS/Site Intelligence Group/Handout/Files

Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is shown in an undated video grab released by the Site Intelligence Group on March 10, 2010. REUTERS/Site Intelligence Group/Handout/Files
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Colleen LaRose, known as "Jihad Jane" since her arrest on terrorism charges in 2009, is seen in an undated family handout photo from her time as a young schoolgirl in Michigan in the early 1970s. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout

Colleen LaRose, known as "Jihad Jane" since her arrest on terrorism charges in 2009, is seen in an undated family handout photo from her time as a young schoolgirl in Michigan in the early 1970s. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout
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Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks poses before an interview with Reuters in a file photo taken in Stockholm March 10, 2010. Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who called herself "Jihad Jane," pleaded guilty to plotting with others to kill the Swedish cartoonist over a 2007 drawing that depicted the Prophet Mohammad in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files

Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks poses before an interview with Reuters in a file photo taken in Stockholm March 10, 2010. Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who called herself "Jihad Jane," pleaded guilty to plotting with others to kill the Swedish cartoonist over a 2007 drawing that depicted the Prophet Mohammad in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files
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Pam LaRose, sister of Colleen LaRose, gives an interview to Reuters about her sister Colleen LaRose, also known as "Jihad Jane," in this file photo taken November 12, 2012 in Ferris, Texas. USA-JIHADJANE/ REUTERS/Andy Lampard/Files

Pam LaRose, sister of Colleen LaRose, gives an interview to Reuters about her sister Colleen LaRose, also known as "Jihad Jane," in this file photo taken November 12, 2012 in Ferris, Texas. USA-JIHADJANE/ REUTERS/Andy Lampard/Files
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Colleen LaRose (L), a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is seen with her boyfriend Kurt Gorman (R) and his father David Gorman (C) in an undated family photo believed to have been taken sometime between 2005 and 2009 and supplied by her family. The Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist who had depicted the Prophet Mohammed in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Family...more

Colleen LaRose (L), a Pennsylvania woman who named herself "Jihad Jane," is seen with her boyfriend Kurt Gorman (R) and his father David Gorman (C) in an undated family photo believed to have been taken sometime between 2005 and 2009 and supplied by her family. The Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist who had depicted the Prophet Mohammed in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout
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