U.S. District Judge Jack B. Weinstein of the Eastern District of New York on Wednesday said a 24-year-old woman’s extensive history of abuse and prospects for rehabilitation undergirded his decision to sentence her to 48 months in prison after her conviction of providing material support to the militant group ISIS.

Weinstein issued a 55-page opinion explaining the reasoning behind the sentence he handed to Sinmyah Amera Ceasar. He also called for a federal program of deradicalization in cases like Caesar’s.

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