A “neo-Nazi” who tried to buy a black bomb to accuse NSW of terrorist activism.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a terrorist attack on the south coast of NSW.
Fearing she may not have planned to celebrate Sunday’s shooting in Christchurch, police attacked a former student at Nauru High
Joshua Lucas was arrested Saturday at his home in Sanville Point. According to police, he tried to provide military equipment and
tools to spray the black net.
One of their plans was to move to a power plant in West Domarang.
Commissioner Scott Lee told AFP: “We are reporting that these people are supporting and their right-wing neo-Nazi and anti-regime
The Australian Federal Police confiscated illegal electrical appliances and spray paint from the home. Luke found him after he
started writing terrorist letters on an online platform in nearby Parma.
Police said Lucas posted the news of last week’s terror attack in Christchurch online and was arrested the day before his
“The online environment is hostile to our family,” said NSW Police Assistant Mark Walton.
After a while in the Nova District Court, where her mother had not given bail, she smiled clearly and smiled brightly.
If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.