A man wanted to buy firearms and grenades, and considered how he could best people in Times Square to kill. But the men with whom he talked, were undercover agents of the New York police Department.
The New York police Department may have prevented a terrorist attack in the center of Manhattan. "There was someone arrested, had planned to detonate a bomb in Times Square," said a spokesman for the police. The man had been arrested by a special Anti-terrorist unit in custody. The speaker, according to investigations by the security forces led to the arrest.
The American broadcaster CNN reported that the man had made suspicious that he wanted to buy firearms and grenades. He had also talked to police officers and government staff to Times Square to kill. Accordingly, the arrest was made on Thursday.the beating heart of the American metropolis
Times Square is one of the tourist and economic centers of the US metropolis, and is daily visited by hundreds of thousands of people. The "New York Times" quoted allegations of the investigators against the 22-Year-old who had come from Bangladesh and a Green Card to stay authorized in the United States. Accordingly, he had said to an undercover police officer, Osama bin Laden did with the attacks of September 11. September "did what he had to do". "Now it is up to us," he was quoted further.
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In other discussions, he was talking about a possible terrorist attack and finally, after the purchase of two guns with defaced serial numbers arrested. The investigators were. according to the paper, over the months with the man, who had talked about the possibility of a suicide bombing or a shelling of the One World Trade center with a rocket launcher In spite of this intention he was, however, not a direct threat. However, he had been so set on his goal of a Angriffd that an attempt had been made to him as soon as possible arrest, reported CBS.
According to information from the transmitter, the investigators of the FBI had turned on the man after "suspicious activity in social media" attention. The indictment against the man in front of a Federal court in Brooklyn, was then only on the purchase of weapons with ground serial numbers. No offences had been charged associated with terrorism, reported the New York Times.US-army-Veteran revenge attack, 30.04.2019 news Atlas |USA |New York