A 32-year-old Muslim terrorist wannabe has been sentenced to just five months in jail followed by compulsory psychiatric treatment for making threats of violence against Gay people, Jews, and the police on social media, but was found ‘NOT GUILTY’ of planning a terrorist attack by a stupid leftist judge.
EU Today (h/t nita) The prosecution had said the man, identified as Tahsin E, was planning to carry out a terrorist attack on last summer’s Gay Pride boat parade, and had undergone ‘terrorism training’. However, judges ruled they were not convinced the man actually had terrorist intent or that he had taken part in a training exercise.
He made threats online against Gay people, Jewish people and the police, and asked on Twitter if anyone could sell him an AK-47 rifle as he “needed it for the gay Pride parade”.
TellerReportHe also wrote the text “Jew spotted” with a video of a computer game in which someone was shot. He said via WhatsApp that officers were skunks and that they wanted a few bullets in their foreheads. Then he wrote the text “that day will come”.
On Discord, a chat program widely used by gamers, he said he planned to create powerful explosives, also mentioning the chemicals he wanted to use. According to the OM, the man was also looking for jihadist ideas.
EU Today After his arrest, authorities searched his home and discovered hydrogen peroxide, sometimes used for making bombs, and phones, which contained ISIS propaganda and photos and videos of weapons.
Tahsin E has been sentenced to five months in prison for the online threats, but has now been cleared of terrorism charges.
Police were alerted to his plans by the Dutch security service AIVD and the FBI last year and he was arrested on August 7th. A search of his home by authorities in Amsterdam turned up several burner phones which contained ISIS propaganda and photos and videos of weapons, as well as a large quantity of hydrogen peroxide sometimes used for making bombs.
On one phone, the police found videos and photos with images of war, weapons and calls from the Islamic State terror group. Searches on his computer indicated that he was preparing an attack or attacks.
Behavioural experts said the man has autism and is not fully responsible for his actions. (Oh, here we go, the popular “Mental Issues Get-out-Jail-Free Card” for Muslims). He himself denied being radicalized and said the social media threats were simply meant to provoke, as an outlet for his frustrations.
PINK News Last year, a group of six men were convicted of plotting a terrorist attack on Amsterdam Pride parade in 2018. Public prosecutor Ferry van Veghel said at the time that it would have been “an attack like the Netherlands has never seen… Our country has never been this close to such a major attack”.
The leader of the group was sentenced to 17 years in prison, while the other five men were sentenced to 13 years behind bars.