UK – Teenage boy developed extreme views and made homemade bombs during lockdown

A 14-year-old boy developed extreme views influenced by the so-called Islamic State and attempted to make homemade bombs during the coronavirus lockdown, a court has heard.

The defendant, who is now 15 and cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly filmed homemade videos telling viewers how he would carry out Jihad and become a martyr, as well as creating notes on his iPhone which said women are tools, an object to be used… a sex slave.

Leicester Crown Court heard he researched rudimentary homemade items to make basic bombs and added some to his mother’s Amazon wish-list.

Prosecutors allege the Hampshire teenager made bottle bombs in his wardrobe – adding that notes on his phone had been found with the words: The extinction of the western race and ethnic cleansing of the colonised land stolen by the western plague.

Sponsors
             
Supporters
                                                  
Copyright 2017 Content TiNYg RWT All rights reserved.


Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list