The National Terror Alert Response Center has the latest twist in the Goose Creek terror case:
An odd video raises new questions about the USF students involved in the Goose Creek terror case. Ahmed Mohamed and Yousef Megahed are already charged with driving explosives across state lines. Now prosecutors say Megahed’s brother Yehia, was caught sending a sinister code through a closed circuit jail-house camera.
In the video captured on closed circuit cameras in the jail where Megahed is being held, Megaheds brother clearly appears to be sending disturbing signals and some type of sign language.
When questioned about the coded signals outside the jail, Youseffs brother said he finds the video “funny” and that they have had a good laugh.
Prosecutors say the signals being given were a “sinister” code that they have broken, but they are not saying what it means.
Watch the video here. Strange.