Twitter will be defending itself in court against a Florida woman who claims the social network aided the terrorists who widowed her.
FOX's Eben Brown reports:
Florida resident Tamara Fields says the social network is in constant violation of federal law, allowing Jihadists to use their service to either plan attacks, fundraise, or propagandize after the fact.
Fields' husband was a U.S. government contractor assigned to train police in Jordan when he was killed by an Islamic state-affiliated gunman this past November.
Her suit claims that without Twitter, Jihadists wouldn't have such ease in carrying out attacks. Twitter says the suit has no merit.
Eben Brown, FOX News.