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“Neo-Nazis” are trying to buy a bomb on a dark website

darknet "Neo-Nazis" are trying to buy a bomb on a dark website
Darknet "Neo-Nazis" are trying to buy a bomb on a dark website

A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of terror on the south coast of New South Wales.

Police spoke to New Life on Sunday, fearing they might have a green plan in honor of Sunday’s mass shootings.

Joshua Lucas was arrested at Holy Post Office on Tuesday. Police have tried to find military equipment and bombs in the dark.

One charge is the Timing West power attack.

We say this person supports the radical right-wing ideology, as well as anti-Nazi and anti-state activities, said Deputy Police
Commissioner Scott Lynch.

Australian federal police confiscated illegal electrical and paint items from their homes and Lucas searched the internet for
heavy items and took them to Parma.

Last week, police released a detailed report on terrorism by Lucas Kristold, who was arrested the day before he was arrested.

NHS Deputy Chief of Police Mark Walton said the online environment is the pets of our community.

After a brief visit to the local court in Nora, her mother enjoyed herself.

If he thinks wrong, he will end up in jail.

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