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An ISIS-owned Queens woman who saw Osama bin Laden as a personal hero was sentenced to more than 16 years in federal prison on Wednesday after pleading guilty to the bombing nearly two years ago.

Before issuing the 198-month prison sentence, Brooklyn Federal Judge Sterling Johnson called defendant Noelle Velentzas the “main driving force” and the “mastermind” behind the plot she hatched with a friend to plant bombs in New York and the police to kill.

“She was the driving force behind this conspiracy,” Sterling added at the verdict hearing.

Velentzas said in brief comments that he took responsibility for her actions, then she explained how she came to kill other Americans because of Islamophobia and “the feeling that my religion must be defended”.

She added that she has since learned to build a “higher self” and not respond to discrimination by building bombs.

“I’m ready to go home and rebuild my life and rebuild my life with my daughter,” she said.

Velentzas was arrested in 2015 for conspiring with her roommate Asia Siddiqui and a third woman named “Mel” who was actually an undercover police officer.

The duo taught each other bomb-making techniques and discussed possible targets, including the funeral of New York police officer Rafael Ramos, who was killed with his partner in Brooklyn shortly. before Christmas 2014.

Velentzas was inspired by other terrorists and counted bin Laden as one of his personal heroes, a prosecutor said Wednesday when he was convicted.

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