When it comes to terrorism, the United States does not take anything lightly.  The case of 33-year-old Mohamed Fathy Suliman is a bit creepy, alleging he turns into a “Jihadist Muslim” if he does not take his medication. But it appears it goes beyond that.

Suliman was charged on Tuesday after allegedly attempting to join ISIS. The federal grand jury in Gainesville formally booked the US citizen for attempting to provide material support for a designated foreign terrorist organization per court records. The 33-year-old, if convicted, is facing up to 20 years in prison, AP Newsreported.

“Protecting national security is a top priority of this office,” Lawrence Keefe, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Florida, said in a statement. “We are absolutely committed to deterring, disrupting and dismantling the plans of anyone who seeks to support a designated foreign terrorist organization.”