Australia Teens plead not guilty over alleged Riverland school massacre plot

13:01  02 august  2018
13:01  02 august  2018 Source:   abc.net.au

Teens accused of terror plot 'found with knives and ISIS note'

  Teens accused of terror plot 'found with knives and ISIS note' Two teenagers accused of planning a terror attack in Sydney were allegedly found with knives and a note pledging allegiance to Islamic State. Crown Prosecutor Ian Bourke SC told a Supreme Court jury today the letter was not finished."I advise you to fear God and follow the steps of the mess of God and pledge allegiance to the caliphate because whoever dies without pledging allegiance will die a pre-Islamic death," the court was told the letter read.The boys, who were then aged 16 and cannot be identified, faced trial today.

A Vermont teen who allegedly told police he wanted to cause mass harm at a local high school pleaded not guilty Friday afternoon to charges including attempted He's being held without bail until an evidence hearing later this month. ----- vermonters react to alleged plot .

Sawyer pleaded not guilty Friday in court. He’s being held without bail until an evidence hearing later this month. —– vermonters react to alleged plot . Vermonters were talking about this plot everywhere our WCAX News crews went Friday.

Two teenagers were arrested in November over their alleged plan to attack the school.© Provided by ABC News Two teenagers were arrested in November over their alleged plan to attack the school. Two teenagers charged over an alleged plot to carry out a massacre at a Riverland school last year will stand trial after pleading not guilty to conspiring to murder staff and students.

The teenagers, now aged 19 and 17, were arrested in November over their alleged plan to attack the school with guns and explosives before the end of term last year.

Today they appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court by video link from custody and they both pleaded not guilty to conspiring to murder students and staff between June and November 2017.

Student charged over 'stabbing' classmate unable to face court

  Student charged over 'stabbing' classmate unable to face court A bedside court hearing for an 18-year-old woman charged with stabbing a fellow student at a South Australian Riverland school has been delayed after she underwent surgery. Amber Rover has been charged with aggravated assault causing serious harm over the incident on the Renmark High School grounds, north-west of Adelaide, yesterday afternoon.Her lawyer has revealed she has undergone surgery in the same hospital as her alleged victim.Zoey, 17, remains in a stable condition in the Royal Adelaide Hospital after she was transferred from Berri Hospital following the stabbing attack.

Five young adults reputedly linked to MS-13 -- three gang members and two associates -- accused of attempting to kidnap and kill a Brentwood High School student pleaded not guilty 4 Teens From N.Y. School Found Dead Due To MS 13 - Продолжительность: 0:56 Wochit News 13 491 просмотр.

Oregon suspect in alleged high school bomb plot said to May 28, 2013. Utah school bomb plot : Teen pleads guilty to reduced charge August 31, 2012. Parents reportedly sought mental help for teen accused of

Magistrate Elizabeth Sheppard ordered the younger teen be tried as an adult.

Last month, lawyers for the two teenagers applied to have the charges thrown out of court, saying their clients were just "talking tough".

The Adelaide Magistrates Court also heard that the two teenagers were "obsessed" with school shootings in the United States, including the infamous Columbine massacre.

Lawyer Greg Mead SC told the court in July that the accused were just "two moody teenagers expressing their dissatisfaction with their lives and the world".

Queensland terror plotter awaits sentence

  Queensland terror plotter awaits sentence A Queensland man prevented from fighting in Syria with a terror group before plotting a terror attack in Australia will discover his sentence on Tuesday.Agim Kruezi has admitted to preparing for incursion into a foreign state and preparing or planning for a terrorist act.

Police believe the plot to go on a shooting rampage would potentially have involved mass casualties.

Lawyers for two teenagers charged over an alleged plot to carry out a massacre at a Riverland school have applied to have the charges thrown out of court, saying their clients were just "talking tough".

"It was an over-dramatic way of expressing their apparent depressed state of mind," Mr Mead said.

"Is this serious criminal behaviour or is it two youths acting tough?"

But Prosecutor Jim Pearce QC told the court the teenagers had formed a suicide pact and were making molotov cocktails and homemade explosive devices.

He said a conspiracy to murder charge would be made out of if the prosecution could prove there was a pact between the boys to carry out the offence, even if they later withdrew their plans.

They were both remanded in custody to be arraigned in the Supreme Court on August 27 at which time a trial date will be set.

An internal email shows how Facebook learned of a 'psychological trick' to get teens to try a new product .
An internal Facebook memo shows how the company used a "psychological trick" that could attract teen users to a new product. The note was put together by executives at tbh, the once-popular viral polling app that was bought and recently shut down by Facebook. It isn't clear when the memo was sent.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!