Arizona man charged over online posts that allegedly incited Australian attack in which 6 died

Queensland Police Service Assistant Commissioner Cheryl Scanlon and Federal Bureau of Investigation representative Nitiana Mann, right, leave after speaking to the media during a press conference at Queensland Police Service Headquarters in Brisbane, Australia, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023. A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online comments that allegedly incited what police describe as a "religiously motivated terrorist attack" in Australia a year ago in which six people died, officials said Wednesday. (Jono Searle/AAP Image via AP)

Queensland Police Service Assistant Commissioner Cheryl Scanlon and Federal Bureau of Investigation representative Nitiana Mann, right, leave after speaking to the media during a press conference at Queensland Police Service Headquarters in Brisbane, Australia, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023. A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online comments that allegedly incited what police describe as a "religiously motivated terrorist attack" in Australia a year ago in which six people died, officials said Wednesday. (Jono Searle/AAP Image via AP)

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