Woman charged in “Jihad Jane” case

According to a new indictment, Colleen LaRose, 46, and Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, 31, who traveled to Europe separately to engage in violent “jihad” were linked to each other. According to the officials, LaRose (who called herself “Jihad Jane”) had invited Paulin-Ramirez to attend a “training camp.” Paulin-Ramirez was arrested last month in Ireland along with six other individuals for alleged plots to murder a Swedish cartoonist who had offended many Muslims. She was then sent to the United States where both American women are now waiting trial.