The Threat Accused Person Has Extremist Connections

The person participated in demonstrations organized by the Norwegian Defence League (NDL) , and was in possession of a vest and gas guns when he was arrested on Wednesday morning. 

He also posted twitter messages about his hatred against the government members.

“Hail Stoltenberg and the rest of the traitor government that controls this majority dictatorship”, was among the hate messages he posted on his Twitter account.

It was also revealed that Police Security Service (PST) and the police were following the 27-year-old man’s internet activities for several months before he was arrested and charged with threats to the Parliament.

About the Case

Threat situation that has characterized Wednesday night began when a bus driver called police in Asker and reported about a fellow having had made threats. The threats included targeting  the Parliament. The suspect took the bus from Hønefoss to Sandvika and took a taxi to Lambertseter region of Oslo. Police took the threats seriously and took action against an apartment in Lambertseter and arrested a man at 4:30 o’clock.

41 residents in the neighboring block were also evacuated with a bus. Police did not find any weapons in the apartment. The man in his 30s was released after questioning and checked out of the case.

Afterward, the police announced they are looking for another person. Then, Deputy Chief of the Oslo police, Roger Andresen confirmed they have arrested another man in 20 years who threatened to attack the Parliament.

The man was already known to police in Northern Buskerud. 
Police officers reported that they found both a bulletproof vest, a gas weapon and a bag full of clothes in the suspect’s apartment.

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