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>> The New York City bombing suspect could make his first court appearance as soon as Wednesday via video conference from his hospital bed. Bangladesh native, is facing five federal charges and New York state charges for allegedly detonating a homemade pipe bomb in an underground walk way between Manhattan's port authority and the Time Square subway station during Monday morning's rush hour commute.
Burned himself and cause minor injuries to three others, officials declined to disclose his condition at Bellevue Hospital. On the morning of the attack the 27 year old posted a message on Facebook that read quote, Trump you failed to protect your nation.>> He also admitted that he had been inspired by ISIS to carry out his attack.
Saying that he'd been radicalized online through ISIS propaganda starting as far back as 2014.>> Police visited the Brooklyn residence where a green card holder, lived with his mother, sister and two brothers. Finding metal pipes and screws consistent with his bomb's materials.>> Officers also found a passport there in Ullah's name, with handwriting that included one particularly chilling note.
I quote, all America dying in your rage.>> Investigators in Bangladesh are questioning Ullah's wife according to sources, who add that the couple has a six month old boy. An FBI director said there was so far no indication that Ullah had previously been on the Bureaus radar.