(AP) -- An undercover FBI agent who was investigating terrorism was
driving past two Arizona men just before they opened fire outside a
Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in suburban Dallas in 2015, court
records show, raising questions about whether authorities could have
done more to stop the attack.
emerged in the criminal case against Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a Phoenix
man who was sentenced this week to 30 years in prison on criminal
convictions that included providing support to the Islamic State group.
The Associated Press assembled a timeline of the agent's involvement
through court records and interviews that show how the FBI was at the
scene of an attack by Islamic State sympathizers.