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An American man accused of trying to join ISIS told investigators the brutal terrorist group wants to open routes between Syria and the U.S. via Mexico.

Prosecutors said that 21-year-old Guled Ali Omar revealed that he had conversations with ISIS members about trying to enter Syria after crossing the border into Mexico.

He then intended to share with ISIS how he would accomplish that that so that they could potentially use the same route.

Omar is one of four accomplices arrested a year ago in Minnesota for conspiring to provide material aid to ISIS.

Appearing "On the Record," Bryan Llenas said that the U.S. and Mexican governments will deny there's any hard evidence of ISIS or foreign terrorists on the border. But he noted that there is an awareness that potential terrorists could be using the same routes used by Mexican drug cartels.

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