Esteban Santiago, accused of murdering five people in a January 6th shooting rampage at Florida's Fort Lauderdale Airport, was a mentally disturbed ex-National Guard soldier who was born in New Jersey. Several weeks before his killing spree, Santiago — who was living in Anchorage, Alaska — contacted the FBI to tell them that the CIA was controlling his mind and "forcing" him to join ISIS. Following a brief psychiatric detention, Santiago was given back his personal firearm, and a few weeks later made the fatal trip to Florida.
After his arrest, Santiago allegedly said that he had carried out the attack on behalf of ISIS. This may be a manifestation of an ongoing delusion, or the confession of a "lone wolf" terrorist — but given the Deep State's track record it wouldn't be wise to rule out the possibility that Santiago had told some version of the truth to the FBI prior to the attack.