Federal authorities have charged a Maryland man they believe was plotting to ram a stolen truck into pedestrians at the National Harbor waterfront development in Maryland, just outside the nation's capital, the Justice Department announced Monday. Feds charge Maryland man accused of plotting to ram stolen truck into pedestrians The Justice Department said Henry harbored "hatred" for anyone who wasn't Muslim, and he was allegedly inspired by watching terrorist propaganda videos. ..... Rondell Henry: Maryland man inspired by ISIS planned truck attack near Washington, D.C., say feds Feds: Man inspired by ISIS planned truck attack near DC Henry then made incriminating statements that show steps he took to maximize damage, prosecutors say. "I was just going to keep driving and driving and driving. I wasn't going to stop," the document quotes Henry as telling law enforcement authorities who questioned him. He said he wanted to create "panic and chaos" similar to a deadly truck attack that killed scores of people in Nice, France, in 2016, prosecutors say. ..... Maryland man accused of plotting to run van into National Harbor crowd, 'keep driving and driving and driving' Maryland man accused of plotting to run van into National Harbor crowd, 'keep driving and driving and driving' "After stealing the van, Henry drove around, arriving at Dulles International Airport in Virginia at approximately 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 27, 2019," officials said. "The government’s motion for detention alleges that Henry exited his U-Haul and entered the terminal, trying to find a way through security, allegedly to harm 'disbelievers' in a way designed for maximum publicity. After more than two hours of failing to breach Dulles’s security perimeter, Henry allegedly returned to the U-Haul."