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Danish teenager found guilty of plotting terror attacks

A 17-year-old girl in Denmark has been found guilty of terror offences, after she planned to detonate two bombs in two schools. She had been dating older Muslim men.

Published: November 25, 2017, 9:08 am

    The teenager could now face an indefinite prison sentence for plotting the attacks in Zealand, Denmark, to start a “jihad against the non-believers” the court heard.

    The girl was 15-years-old when she was taken into custody by police after they found explosives at an address in the Kundby area of Denmark.

    She is called Natascha Colding-Olsen and the court reportedly heard how she was intent on committing “jihad”.

    The girl had prepared two bombs to be used for terrorist attacks against two schools in Zealand. In addition, she was sentenced for terrorism and violence against an educator.

    She was only 15 years old when she planned the two bomb attacks. It was the girl’s former school in Fårevejle and a school in Copenhagen, which, according to her plans, were to be bombed back in 2016.

    At the same time, the girl was found guilty of bodily attacks of a particularly cruel, brutal and dangerous nature, because she stabbed a teacher in Grenen with a glass from a broken mirror.

    She denied being guilty of terrorism.

    But there are three judges and eight out of nine jurors who agree that the girl had planned a terrorist attack.

    After hearing her conviction, the 17-year-old stood up and blushed. She looked disappointed in her loose jogging trousers and black Adidas sweater. In the courtroom there were also many of the girl’s relatives present.

    The Kundby girl seems to have many things in common with Lisa Borch from Kvissel who murdered her mother in October 2014.

    Both girls were from small towns and about the same age. Both girls had far older Muslim lovers who had influenced them, and both were interested in the Islamic State.

    Borch tortured her mother after watching a video about the Islamic State. The blonde teenager from the station city of Kvissel at Frederikshavn was completely devoted to her Muslim lovers, whom she found in a nearby asylum center.

    Her mother, 40-year-old Tina Rømer, was anxiously opposed to her daughter’s male friends, and it cost her her life. On October 8 she was brutally slaughtered with a bread knife.

    Borch was found guilty of the assassination in the court in Hjørring. She had met 29-year-old Bakhtiar Mohammed Abdullah at the asylum center, The Mirror reported. He was a Muslim and supporter of Islamic State.

    Borch was sentenced to nine years in prison for the murder.

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