We’ve seen the latest autopsy report on the body of Michael Brown that revealed the young boy was shot at close range and now it’s time for some more police-related news. It appears that U.K.’s Scotland Yard have arrested a man on suspicion of attending terrorist training camp, just hours after making another similar arrest.
Man Thought of Attending Terrorist Training Camp Arrested
Anti-terror officers arrested a man today in London who was thought by the Scotland Yard to have attended a Syrian terrorist training camp. Two London addresses were searched, which lead to the arrest.
The Scotland Yard have revealed that the man is 32-years old was detained in custody for being suspected of attending a terrorism training camp in Syria.
The man is set to be questioned soon and right now is being held in custody at a central London police station. Two addresses are involved in this investigations: one in west and one in south west London.
The 32-year-old man’s arrest comes only hours after a young woman was arrested in Bedforshire by anti-terror police. She was suspected of wanting to join jihadists in Syria and was help on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism. The woman was still in the U.K. when she was arrested by the Scotland Yard, but reports claim that she was planning to head over to Syria as soon as possible.
A Metropolitan Police officer spoke to the press and revealed that:
Officers from SO15 Counter Terrorism Command have today arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of attending a place used for terrorist training contrary to section 8 of Terrorism Act 2006.He has been taken to a central London police station where he remains in custody. An address in west London and an address in south-west London are being searched as part of the investigation under the Terrorism Act. This investigation is Syria related.
Up until this date, 10 women and 38 men were arrested in the United Kingdom on suspicion of terrorism offences. The majority of these are related to the war-torn country of Syria.