St. Louis judge approves release of two alleged ISIS supporters
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A federal judge in St. Louis has approved the release on bond of two people who are accused of supporting Islamic State fighters overseas.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports U.S. Magistrate Judge David Noce said 35-year-old Sedina Hodzic could be released on house arrest if the $250,000 bond were posted. She must also comply with a number of other conditions.
On Tuesday, the judge also approved the release of 37-year-old Armin Harcevic of San Jose, California.
An indictment says those two and four others -- who remain jailed -- supplied money to Hodzic's husband, Ramiz Hodzic, who sent cash and supplies to Islamic State fighters and others overseas.
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