Similar to the Omar Mateen 911 phone calls.

Via Fox News:

A page revealed from the bloody journal of the New York and New Jersey bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami showed three names commonly associated with the Islamic State terror group and its followers, yet federal investigators included only one of those words in their complaint charging him on Tuesday.

An image of the page, revealed during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Wednesday, shows a reference to Anwar al-Awlaki — the American-born Muslim cleric who was killed in a 2011 drone strike and whose preaching has inspired acts of terror linked to ISIS and Al Qaeda.

However, it also references Abu Muhammad al-Adnani — the ISIS spokesman killed by coalition forces in August after he called his followers to attack non-believers in their homelands.

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