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    ISIS kangaroo pouch explosives Anzac Day plot foiled

    A Melbourne teenager discussed painting a kangaroo with the Islamic State group's symbol, packing it with explosives and letting it loose on police as part of an alleged terror plot on Anzac Day, court documents have alleged.

    Sevdet Besim, 19, from Hallam, in Melbourne's outer south-east, pleaded not guilty to four charges relating to planning a terrorist act over the phone and internet in the lead-up to Anzac Day in Melbourne last year.




    Prosecutors withdrew another charge of conspiring to commit the attack.
    They also accused Besim of communicating with a teenager overseas, as well as planning to behead or run over a police officer on Anzac Day because the date would make the attack more memorable.

    A summary of telegram communications allegedly between the two teenagers, presented by the prosecution, detailed a conversation about using a kangaroo as part of an attack.
    "Communications resume in the early hours of Thursday 20 March 2015 with an image being sent by BESIM with a comment of 'look what I got ahaha'," the court documents said.
    "The conversation continues with BESIM detailing what he did that day and they have a general discussion around animals and wildlife in Australia including a suggestion that a kangaroo could be packed with C4 explosive, painted with the IS symbol and set loose on police officers."
    Besim allegedly said: "Main thing I guess is that I send the dog to hell".
    The prosecution alleged Besim conducted several internet searches in February 2015, including "Anzac day parade 2015", "shrine of Remembrance" and "Melbourne Anzac Day 2015".

    Besim was remanded in custody to face the Victorian Supreme Court on February 3.

    Teen planned to pack kangaroo with explosives and let it loose on Anzac Day, court hears - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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    the story reminded me of Tom Sharpe's book - Indecent Exposure - with the exploding ostriches

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    I'd like to see the raghead cvnts try to do same with a Wombat or a Platypus!

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    A summary of telegram communications allegedly between the two teenagers, presented by the prosecution, detailed a conversation about using a kangaroo as part of an attack.
    Do people still use telegrams in Australia?

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    Kangaroo plot, bloody hell mate , what sort of criminals are they letting into the country.

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    Explosive Kangaroo Plot to Land Australian Teen Life Sentence

    An Australian teen pleaded guilty Thursday to planning a terror attack which included packing a kangaroo with explosives and turning it loose on police on a national holiday in Melbourne.

    Police uncovered Sevdet Besim's scheme before the holiday when they found messages on his phone to another teen in Britain about an elaborate plot during the Anzac Day parade on April 25, 2015.

    The two allegedly plotted to behead police officers at the parade, as well as paint a kangaroo with the Islamic State symbol, pack its pouch with C4 explosives, and release it into the city during the festivities for Anzac Day - a day honoring soldiers from Australia and New Zealand who landed in Turkey during World War I.

    The British 14-year-old who planned the scheme from his home in northern England was sentenced to five years in jail last year, making him Britain's youngest person convicted of terrorism.

    Besim could face a life sentence in prison "doing an act in preparation for or planning a terrorist attack." He is due back in court in August.

    Explosive Kangaroo Plot to Land Australian Teen Life Sentence

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    Ship him and his family out of OZ and do the same with anyone doing the same. Even the ones that march down the streets spouting hatred and KILL all INFIDELS should be kicked out, never to return. They should do it everywhere.

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    Damn Brexit!

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    IMO, there should be a life sentence or very long sentence of decades.


    And the UK and Oz can keep importing muslims.

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    The movie is called Four Lions if anyone missed it.


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    ANY support of islam or ANYTHING close to it IS WRONG. Fvuk islam, Stupid religion for UN educated retards.

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    ^ or the subject of humor and ridicule

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