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Forbidden to have a relationship with a girl, a teen planned to kill off his parents with lethal package

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Forbidden to have a relationship with a girl, a teen planned to kill off his parents with lethal package   Forbidden to have a relationship with a girl, a teen planned to kill off his parents with lethal package

News24xx.com -  A student who bought a car bomb from an illegal website for planning to kill his parents because they did not like his girlfriend has been jailed for eight years.


Gurtej Singh Randhawa, 19, from Wolverhampton, have a plan to kill his parent after his mother and father learned that he was dating with a girl that they did not approve of.


The High Court of Birmingham said, because he feared that his parents would try to end their relationship, that man planned to kill both his parents in an attempt to stay together with his lover.


He received a package that containing with a long-range bomb explosion in May last year after ordering it on a website that called as AlphaBay.

But the plan was thwarted after the FBI agents disguised and then intercepted the deadly shipment.


He was arrested by the National Armed Forces Operations Unit after they watched him test the device.

The teenager also tried to buy drugs such as risin and opioid in a year earlier.

Randhawa from Grove Lane, Wolverhampton, admitted trying to import the Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED).


In November 2017 he was found guilty because possession of explosives by deliberately endangering life or causing serious injury.

And on Friday, January 12 2018 Randhawa was jailed for eight years at the Birmingham Crown Court.


Randhawa, a former student at Wolverhampton Grammar School, said that Randhawa had accepted an offer to study at a medical university at Liverpool University.


Andy Young, from the CPS International Justice and Justice Crime Division, said: "Gurtej Randhawa is trying to buy explosives that can result in deaths or severe injuries they once used. He denies that he plans to use the explosives to cause injury"


"Randhawa has used the dark web to avoid detection, but now he is serving a significant jail term."


Tim Gregory, from the NCA's Armed Forces Operations Unit, said : "The Randhawa-sought explosive device that is bought online has the potential to cause serious damage and kill many people if he succeeds in using it."


"He is not involved in organized crime groups or related to terrorism, but his actions show that he is someone who poses a significant risk to society."


'Identifying people like Randhawa - who are trying to access firearms and illegal weapons - is a priority of the NCA and we will not stop in our efforts to ensure they are captured and responsible for their actions'.

 

 

 

 

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