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Special Report: The FBI visits; the jihad begins - Jane's Jihad

Colleen LaRose, known by the self created pseudonym of "Jihad Jane", is pictured in this a photo released by Site Intelligence Group on March 10, 2010. LaRose pleaded guilt to terrorism charges related to a plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist and attempts to recruit fighters via the Internet to commit violent attacks overseas. REUTERS/Site Intelligence Group/Handout

Colleen LaRose, known by the self created pseudonym of "Jihad Jane", is pictured in this a photo released by Site Intelligence Group on March 10, 2010. LaRose pleaded guilt to terrorism charges related to a plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist and...more

Colleen LaRose, known by the self created pseudonym of "Jihad Jane", is pictured in this a photo released by Site Intelligence Group on March 10, 2010. LaRose pleaded guilt to terrorism charges related to a plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist and attempts to recruit fighters via the Internet to commit violent attacks overseas. REUTERS/Site Intelligence Group/Handout
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The entrance to Ali Damache's former apartment where Colleen LaRose, known as "Jihad Jane" stayed in the town of Waterford, Ireland is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Damache, the man who called himself "Black Flag," has been indicted on U.S. terrorism charges and authorities have asked Ireland to extradite him to the U.S.A. for his role in a plot with LaRose to kill a Swedish cartoonist. LaRose moved into the apartment to stay with Damache in Waterford in late 2009 in an attempt to join up with a European "jihad." REUTERS/Andrew Lampard

The entrance to Ali Damache's former apartment where Colleen LaRose, known as "Jihad Jane" stayed in the town of Waterford, Ireland is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Damache, the man who called himself "Black Flag,"...more

The entrance to Ali Damache's former apartment where Colleen LaRose, known as "Jihad Jane" stayed in the town of Waterford, Ireland is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Damache, the man who called himself "Black Flag," has been indicted on U.S. terrorism charges and authorities have asked Ireland to extradite him to the U.S.A. for his role in a plot with LaRose to kill a Swedish cartoonist. LaRose moved into the apartment to stay with Damache in Waterford in late 2009 in an attempt to join up with a European "jihad." REUTERS/Andrew Lampard
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The only mosque in the town of Waterford, Ireland, created in a suburban residential home near the city's airport, is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Colleen LaRose, the self proclaimed American "Jihad Jane," was taken to the mosque by local Muslim women and taught to pray there after she moved to Waterford in an attempt to join up with a European "jihad" in 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Lampard

The only mosque in the town of Waterford, Ireland, created in a suburban residential home near the city's airport, is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Colleen LaRose, the self proclaimed American "Jihad Jane," was taken...more

The only mosque in the town of Waterford, Ireland, created in a suburban residential home near the city's airport, is seen in this photo taken August 01, 2012 in Waterford, Ireland. Colleen LaRose, the self proclaimed American "Jihad Jane," was taken to the mosque by local Muslim women and taught to pray there after she moved to Waterford in an attempt to join up with a European "jihad" in 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Lampard
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Colleen LaRose, who pleaded guilty to U.S. federal terrorism charges for her actions as "Jihad Jane," is seen in an undated family photo. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout

Colleen LaRose, who pleaded guilty to U.S. federal terrorism charges for her actions as "Jihad Jane," is seen in an undated family photo. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout

Colleen LaRose, who pleaded guilty to U.S. federal terrorism charges for her actions as "Jihad Jane," is seen in an undated family photo. REUTERS/Family Photo/Handout
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Pam LaRose, sister of Colleen LaRose, heads to an interview with Reuters about her sister Colleen, also known as "Jihad Jane," in Ferris, Texas in this November 12, 2012 file photo. 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 Prophet Mohammad in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Andy Lampard/Files

Pam LaRose, sister of Colleen LaRose, heads to an interview with Reuters about her sister Colleen, also known as "Jihad Jane," in Ferris, Texas in this November 12, 2012 file photo. Colleen LaRose, a Pennsylvania woman who called herself "Jihad...more

Pam LaRose, sister of Colleen LaRose, heads to an interview with Reuters about her sister Colleen, also known as "Jihad Jane," in Ferris, Texas in this November 12, 2012 file photo. 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 Prophet Mohammad in a way that is offensive to Muslims. REUTERS/Andy Lampard/Files
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