Man linked to Texas cartoon attack indicted on terror charges, including Super Bowl plot

The man who allegedly armed and trained the men who tried to attack a cartoon contest in Texas in May has been indicted on new charges.

Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, also known as Decarus Thomas, has been incited on accusations of seeking to use pipe bombs to target last season's Super Bowl, according to court documents.

The indictment also accuses him of providing material support to the Islamic State terror group by accessing an Islamic State document listing names and addresses of U.S. service members, CNN reported.

Kareem had already been indicted in connection with the attempted attack on a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest in Garland, Texas on May 3. Attackers Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi were eventually shot dead by a police traffic officer who was part of the security at the Curtis Culwell Center the day of the Mohammed Art Exhibit Contest.