the 22-year-old saw taken out when he is in the correctional institution clothing was brought into the säkerhetssalen in the Gothenburg district court. With her face lowered against the desktop in front of him was he left in several minutes after the court declared him the probable cause remanded for conspiracy to commit a terrorist offence, and grossly vapenbrott.
the Crimes must have been committed in a municipality in west Sweden or in any other place in Sweden during the period 1 september to 12 december.
– this is in the infancy of a major investigation, and there are many measures that will need to be done, " said prosecutor Henrik Olin.
even the suspicion of preparation to commit a terrorist offence, but the prosecutor chose to only request him arrested for conspiracy. The concept implies that a person undertakes to perform a crime or encourage others to do it.
Olin did not want to give any details about the investigation or say something if you have found weapons at the raid against the 22-year-old.
– A vapenbrott requires not an actual seizure, but it is more a general reflection, said the prosecutor, who did not want to comment on it was suspicious terrorbrottet would take place.The suspect, 22-year-old was brought into the courtroom 3 in the Gothenburg district court before the eyes of a large throng of journalists. Photo: Jens Littorin
on Thursday, a tip from the rest of the world was the reason for this large police operation that was conducted in western Sweden, among other in Lilla Edet, Ale municipality and Göteborgsförorten the bishop's palace during Friday, a 22-year-old was arrested and several other people were taken in for questioning.
The arrested lawyer Michael Hansson said that he was not particularly surprised, by the decision of the district court but stressed that his client has not changed the setting, without denying to the offences and that the prosecution has taken its toll on him.
"It's tough to be detained in Sweden," said Hansson.
The terrormisstänkte is born in a country in the Middle east and came to Sweden four years ago. He was granted permanent residence in 2016, and lives with his family in a town in the west of Sweden.Henrik Olin. Photo: Jens Littorin
after häktningsförhandlingen to the many hearings held have given him a clearer picture of what happened, but that it may take ”some time” before the picture has fully ready for. Mohlin didn't want to comment on whether the raid on Thursday thwarted a possible terrorist attack or how imminent it would have been.
"I can, just as the police passed out in a press release, note that there has not increased the risk on the scale that exists for the risk of terrorist attacks in Sweden," said Mohlin.
He also noted that at the present time, none of the other people who questioned the suspects for the crime.
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