Missouri man accused of disabling Amtrak’s California Zephyr train in Nebraska pleads guilty to terrorism, gun charges

 

LINCOLN — A Missouri man with purported ties to a white supremacist group entered a guilty plea Thursday to federal terrorism and gun charges in connection with disabling an Amtrak train on a remote section of track near Oxford, Nebraska.

But Taylor Wilson of St. Charles, Missouri, as well as his attorney, contested a statement by a federal prosecutor that he had once planned to fly to Syria to join the Islamic State.

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