NRK: Norway’s Police Security Service found a bomb manual on the 16-year-old terrorist suspect’s phone

PSTPhoto: Vegard Grøtt / NTB
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The Police Security Service (PST) found a bomb manual on the mobile phone of the 16-year-old boy who is accused of planning terrorist attacks in Norway. 

The suspicions against the boy have been strengthened after the findings on his mobile phone, which were announced on Friday afternoon.

The PST arrested the 16-year-old in February. 

Now, the PST believes they have found a manual for “making a bomb with simple means” on his phone, Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) reports.

“During the investigation, no information has emerged that weakens the suspicion. On the contrary,” the Oslo District Court stated.

It was also revealed that a trial against the 16-year-old could start in two months, on May 18. It will last nine days.

In February, the Oslo District Court noted that the 16-year-old seems so radicalized that he believes the killing of infidels is legitimate and that he was well underway with concrete preparations to commit terrorist acts when he was arrested.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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1 Comment on "NRK: Norway’s Police Security Service found a bomb manual on the 16-year-old terrorist suspect’s phone"

  1. Berhane Haile | 19. March 2021 at 21:22 | Reply

    Norway should have a separate law for terrorists and people who are suspected of terrorism. Otherwise the terrorists will exploit the democratic law and atmosphere in Norway and kill people as they want. They should be denied this chance.

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