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Neo-Nazis try to buy bombs from Dark Network to attack NSW terrorism power station

darknet Neo-Nazis try to buy bombs from Dark Network to attack NSW terrorism power station
Darknet Neo-Nazis try to buy bombs from Dark Network to attack NSW terrorism power station

The 21-year-old man was arrested for a terrorist attack on the south coast of NSW.

Police said a high school student who feared he might change and spoke in memory.
Christchurcha left the ball on Sunday.

Joshua Luke was arrested Saturday at his Temple Point. Police claim that they tried to use firearms in the army as well
bomb in the net.

One of his ideas is to move to the Tomerong West power plant.

According to Deputy Commissioner Scott Lee Frans Press, the man was also accused of supporting right-wing ideology.
As a non-Nazi and anti-government movement.

Australian federal police confiscated illegal items, paintball equipment and supplies from his home and stole his house.
Parma after Lucat was accused of posting real posts on online forums.

Police accuse Lucas of posting them on the internet in connection with last week’s terrorist attacks in Christchurch and arresting
him.
The day before the anniversary

Deputy Commissioner Mark Walton, N. State Police. After all, the Internet environment is a source of hatred in our society.

After a short stay in the local court, his mother Nora smoked and smiled.

If he proves guilt, he faces life in prison.

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