A teenage supporter of the group islamic State (ARS) was sentenced Thursday in Denmark, to six years in prison for “attempted terrorist act” after having planned bomb attacks against schools.
The court of Holbaek, 60 km west of Copenhagen, had admitted his guilt Tuesday in this case where the young daughter of 17 years was at risk of imprisonment.
The convict, identified by the initials NN, had been arrested in January 2016 at his home in the village of Kundby, aged 15 at the time. The police had been alerted by his family that was concerned about chemical experiments suspect carried out in the cellar of their house.
Recently converted to islam
In perquisitionnant, the investigators had found-the-counter products together to produce the peroxide of acetone (TATP), which according to experts would not have been able to make a bomb really dangerous.
The statement has shown that in the papers and on the internet, the teenager had left multiple traces of his adherence to the ideology of the organization islamic State, seeking to make contact with their leaders via Twitter.
Recently converted to islam, she planned the attacks on his former primary school in Fårevejle and a jewish school in Copenhagen.
Created: 18.05.2017, 17: 31