Back in June, Stein had a meeting with the other members of the Crusaders and a topic of conversation was the Orlando nightclub shooting, which was carried out by a Florida man who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State as he attacked and killed over 50 people.The informant’s first meeting with the three men, who have been charged, was in July at a business that Wright owned and Allen worked at. The discussion focused on potential targets of their attacks, and at one time, the men used Google Maps to put pins in the possible targets and “brainstormed” methods of attack, some of which included murder, kidnapping, rape, and arson. Allen spoke about the need to be preemptive, according to the report which shares his exact words, based on evidence from the informant.

“We’re going to talk about killing people and going to prison for life. Less than sixty days, maybe forty days until something major happens. We need to be preemptive before something happens.”

Stein responded, noting the group’s ultimate focus, stating “The only good Muslim is a dead Muslim.”

“If you’re a Muslim I’m going to enjoy shooting you in the head,” [Stein said] before telling the group: “When we go on operations there’s no leaving anyone behind, even if it’s a one-year old, I’m serious.”

Stein is 47-years-old while Allen and Wright are both 49. Attorneys were yet to be listed for the three men as of Friday evening. The three are set to appear in a Wichita courtroom on Monday and if convicted, they face life in prison.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations called on Friday for law enforcement and officials to step “up protection for mosques and other Islamic institutions,” as The Washington Post notes.

“We ask our nation’s political leaders, and particularly political candidates, to reject the growing Islamophobia in our nation,” CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said in a news release.

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