Convicted terrorist Kevin James is back in custody. James, also known as Ahmed Binyamin Alasiri, was indicted in August 2020 by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles for selling methamphetamine and Ecstasy. James had previously served 16 years in federal prison for conspiring to wage war against the United States. He founded a radical Islamic terrorist organization, Jam'iyyat Ul-Islam Is-Saheeh (JIS), while an inmate in the California Department of Corrections. The JIS group was tasked with attacking U.S. military installations and Jewish synagogues in Los Angeles. His arrest came just a year after James was released by the Bureau of Prisons and placed under strict post-release supervision conditions by the U.S. Probation Office. James wanted to have those stringent conditions removed. That appeal was placed on hold last week pending the outcome of the drug trafficking case.