“Nazis” try to buy bombs from dark nets to attack a nuclear power station charged with terrorism
A 22-year-old man has been arrested on parole for threatening the south coast of New South Wales.
The November 19 college uniform he feared would give in green was similar to the Christchurch rifle on Sunday.
Osh Osuzu Lucas was arrested on Saturday at St. Petersburgs home. Potton. The official said he was trying to get guns and army
equipment in a dark place before the attack.
One of his plans was to set the fireplace to the southwest.
AFP general secretary Scott Lee said: “We will see that people support broader legal issues, such as journalists and
Australian police searched the house with electronic items and illegally turning explosives into his home near Parma after Lucas
began writing headlines about the headline attack.
Police say Luke compiled his news online in response to the Christchurch attack last week and took it the day before the
NSW Deputy Chief of Police Mark Walton said the situation on the internet was “the cause of hatred in our community”.
The mother smiled with a smile after appearing shortly before Nowra County court, where she had given no warranty.
If he escaped, he could live in prison.