Clarkston man receives prison sentence for terrorist related activity

Clarkston man receives prison sentence for terrorist related activity »Play Video
KLEW file image of the scene after a bomb Brice manufactured exploded prematurely in 2010.
CLARKSTON, WA - A 22-year-old Clarkston man was sentenced to up to 15 years in prison after he pleaded guilty in Spokane to terrorist related activity.

Joseph J. Brice faces time for manufacturing an explosive device and attempting to provide material assistance to terrorists.

During May 2010, Brice was under investigation by the federal government. A bomb he manufactured near his Clarkston Heights home exploded prematurely, where he sustained serious injuries.

Following the incident Brice posted videos on YouTube advocating suicide bombing and paid homage to Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. Brice was arrested at his Clarkston apartment in May 2011 by federal investigators, when he agreed to provide bomb-making plans to an undercover agent whom he though was a terrorist.