ISIS Supporter Found Guilty Of Planning Attack on Justin Bieber Concert

Tuesday, November 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

British teen described himself as “a soldier of the Islamic State” in martyrdom letter

Mikael Thalen
November 27, 2017

An ISIS supporter in Britain was charged Monday for planning an attack last June that included possible targets such as a Justin Bieber concert.

The unnamed 17-year-old boy, who described himself as “a soldier of the Islamic State” in a “martyrdom letter” found by police, planned to drive a vehicle into a crowd of people in the Welsh capital of Cardiff.

“I am a soldier of the Islamic State and I have attacked Cardiff today because your government keep on bombing targets in Syria and Iraq,” the letter read. “There will be more attacks in the future.”

Police say they found the letter alongside a large knife and hammer in the boy’s bedroom. Bullet points on the note also mentioned plans to “strike the infidels, who oppose Allah, in the neck.”

The teen searched online for information on Cardiff Castle, a shopping center, a library, a theater and “Justin Bieber Cardiff security” on June 29 just two days before the concert.

Other searches included “how to create a terror attack” and “how to pledge allegiance to ISIS.”

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