PST has accused Norwegian woman in Syria of participating in a terrorist organization

PST right-wing extremist terrorism spy indicted RussianNorwegian Police Security Service (PST) headquarters. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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The Norwegian woman detained in the Al-Hol camp in Syria with a seriously ill child has been charged by the PST for participating in a terrorist organization, according to NRK.

This confirms communications director Trond Hugubakken in PST, according to NRK.

He does not want to say anything about the reason why the woman is now beeing charged.

The woman’s lawyer, Nils Christian Nordhus, writes in a comment to NRK that the woman denies any criminal charges.

She is happy that PST will investigate what happened. However, she is disappointed that PST has so far rejected her desire to contribute to the investigation through questioning, he says.

The woman is charged with violations under section 136a in the Criminal Act. The upper sentence is six years.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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