attack prepared? – Suspected terror: Austrians in court in London


The Austrian, who was arrested in London on Tuesday on suspicion of terrorism, appeared in court the same day. The man pleaded not guilty. He is suspected of gathering information for a terrorist attack. The location of the entrance should not have been a coincidence.

Spectacular arrest in the otherwise idyllic Chiswick Business Park in West London: British special forces handcuffed Magomed Husejn D. in front of countless shocked walkers. On Tuesday, Magomed Husejn D., who is in custody, was heard for the first time in Westminster Court, where he pleaded not guilty. The case was adjourned until March 3 and the 30-year-old must remain in custody.

According to the security authorities, the Austrian citizen (according to unconfirmed insider information, he is said to be stationed in Styria) is strongly suspected of terrorism. Specifically, it concerns paragraph 58 of the British anti-terrorism law.

There is a risk of 15 years in prison
Accordingly, the 30-year-old is charged with “gathering or recording information that could be of use to a person committing or preparing to commit a terrorist act.” For which in England up to 15 years in prison. The Foreign Office has confirmed the arrest and the Embassy in London has been informed.

According to researchers, the location of the entrance should not have been a coincidence. The studio of the Iranian TV channel Iran International is located on the grounds of Chiswick Business Park in London’s Gunnersbury district. The Austrian explored the circumstances. He is said to have made seven videos of the building and its security measures. Last year, secret services had warned of terrorist attacks against the dissident media company.

Source: Krone


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