WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — An FBI agent has testified that a Massachusetts man accused of plotting to fly explosive-packed remote-controlled planes into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol said it was his "mission" to hurt the United States, which he called "an evil land" and "an enemy to Islam."The testimony came Friday during a bail hearing for Rezwan Ferdaus. The 26-year-old Ashland man is accused of attempting to provide material support to terrorists and attempting to damage and destroy national defense premises.FBI agent Bradley Davis says Ferdaus asked undercover FBI employees posing as members of al-Qaida to get him C-4 explosives, AK-47s and grenades so he could carry out the attacks.During cross-examination by Ferdaus' lawyer, Davis acknowledged that Ferdaus told the undercover employees he was anxious, depressed and having "intrusive thoughts" in the month before his arrest.