Nicholas Rovinski, 25, of Warwick is scheduled to stand trial Feb. 6 on charges that he conspired to support the terrorist organization Islamic State (ISIL), as part of a trio planning to behead a woman who had organized a conference featuring cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.
Court documents released this morning show the FBI has charged Nicholas Rovinski, of 167 Aspinet Drive, 25, a.k.a. Nuh Amriki a.k.a. Nuh al Andalusi, with conspiring support the terrorist organization Islamic State (ISIL), in connection to a terrorism investigation in Roslindale, MA.
Birdsong dominated the background noise in the Governor Francis neighborhood Wednesday as three unmarked cars carrying FBI personnel left the area and police opened roadblocks for the first time since they began a “joint terror task force” investigation at an Aspinet Drive home the day before.