The State reports more evidence of a terror link in the case of a man arrested in Goose Creek earlier this summer with an explosive device in the trunk of the car. Including details regarding previous reports that he instructed others on how to create explosive devices.

In a 12-minute video posted on YouTube, an Egyptian man wearing a white shirt, khaki pants and rubber gloves explains in Arabic how to turn a toy boat into a bomb.

Mohamed told FBI agents he made the video to teach “those persons in Arabic countries to defend themselves against the infidels invading their countries,” according to federal court documents released late Tuesday.

It could be found on YouTube by entering a complicated 14-word search term, which included the words “martyrdooms” and “suiciders.”

After examining Mohamed’s laptop computer, which was in the 2000 Toyota Camry that was stopped in Goose Creek, agents found an electronic folder titled “Bomb Shock.” The folder contained several computer files about explosives, including TNT and C-4, a military-grade plastic explosive.

The court granted bail for the other passenger in the car, Youssef Samir Megahed, but he remains in a Tampa jail while prosecutors appeal the ruling. They consider him a flight risk.