Daniel Patrick Boyd

Mugshot of Daniel Boyd, terrorism suspect

Birth date: June 12, 1971
Nationality: U.S. citizen

Charges:
- 1 count of conspiring to provide resources to terrorists
- 1 count of conspiring to murder, kidnap and injure persons abroad
- 1 count of conspiring to murder U.S. military personnel
- 2 counts of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence
- 2 counts of providing or selling a firearm to a convicted felon
- 1 count of receiving a firearm through interstate commerce
- 2 counts of making false statements in a terrorism investigation

Attorney:
- Senior Federal Public Defender Debra Carroll Graves

Personal:
- Also known as "Saifullah," which means "sword of God"
- Attended high school in Alexandria, Va., in mid-1980s. Unclear whether he graduated
- Lives in Willow Spring community in Johnston County and owns a drywall business, Saxum Walls & Ceilings, with his wife, Sabrina
- Father of two other suspects – Zakariya "Zak" Boyd and Dylan Boyd (aka Mohammed)
- Another son, Luqman Izzubeen "Luke" Boyd, was killed in an April 2007 one-car wreck in Johnston County
- Instructed suspects Omar Hassan and Ziyad Yaghi in the Muslim faith

History:
- Trained at guerrilla camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan from 1989 to 1992 and fought Soviets occupying Afghanistan in 1989
- Was convicted of robbing a bank in Pakistan in 1991 and taking $3,200, but the conviction was overturned
- Trained at secretive military-style camps in Connecticut, according to FBI testimony
- In March 2006, traveled to Gaza and attempted to introduce one of his sons to individuals who also believed violent jihad was a personal religious obligation, according to a federal indictment
- Traveled to Israel in July 2007, hoping to engage in "violent jihad," but returned home and effort failed, according to a federal indictment
- Purchased various weapons between 2007 and 2009, according to a federal indictment
- Solicited money in 2008 to fund others' travel overseas to take part in "violent jihad," according to a federal indictment
- Trained in military tactics in Caswell County in the summer of 2009, according to a federal indictment
- Obtained maps of and undertook reconnaissance of the Marine Corps base at Quantico, Va., in June and July 2009 to plan an attack on the base, according to a federal indictment.

Criminal history:
- Was convicted of robbing a bank in Pakistan in 1991 and taking $3,200, but the conviction was overturned.