Oct 19, 2012
Law enforcement officials seized Howard Carter's computer hard drive allegedly storing data associated with the name "Yaqueen," identified by federal agents as Nafis' associate who wanted to assist the terrorist attack on the Fed.
Quazi Nafis, 21, was busted as he allegedly tried to detonate a parked van containing what he believed was a 1,000-pound bomb.
Southern Californian Howard Willie Carter II is being treated as a suspected conspirator in the foiled terrorism plot.
FBI agents raided a Winona Avenue apartment in the City Heights area of San Diego. Numerous files containing criminal activities with children were seized.
Consequently, Howard Carter has been charged with multiple counts of possession of CP as the separate terrorism investigation continues.
Howard Willie Carter II, 36, pleaded not guilty to federal CP charges in his appearance before Magistrate Jan Adler as an indictment charged the defendant with receipt and possession of images of minors engaged in explicit conduct.
Adler granted the prosecution's request that Carter be held without bail due to flight risk and danger to the community. A detention hearing is set for Tuesday, October 23.
Stephen White is the appointed defense attorney for suspected terrorist Howard Willie Carter II of San Diego.