The great-grandson of the Queen of Great Britain wanted to poison him with ice cream, which the boy loves. An undercover police officer managed to find out the intruders’ plans.
In the UK, law enforcers prevented the murder of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest son, seven-year-old Prince George. The boy planned to poison the ice cream, which the royal family buys in a supermarket, writes The Independent.
One of the suspects in the preparation of the attack is 27-year-old Sahib Abu. The man has not pleaded guilty. However, the evidence of his guilt is audio recordings and relevant purchases – balaclavas, gloves, and a sword.
An undercover police officer found out about Abu’s plans. He communicated with the intruder in a Telegram-group and got him talking. On the social networking site, they discussed the possibility of acquiring weapons. Sahayb Abu talked about his “brother,” whom “infidels” put away for 28 years.
ISIS propagandist Hussain Rashid is said to have masterminded the planning of Prince George’s assassination. He had previously posted calls online to kill Prince George. In 2018, Rashid was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Prince George of Cambridge is a member of the British royal family, the third great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. He is the eldest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are growing up in the family. Earlier it was reported that Kate Middleton and her children baked cupcakes for the residents of a nursing home.
We also wrote that Elizabeth II saw her family for the first time since the beginning of the quarantine. The solemn meeting took place in front of the entrance to Windsor Castle at a distance