School bomber risks over two years in prison
The 21-year-old was masked and dressed as military. He went into Hässleholms Tekniska Skola, HTS, and detonated two bombs. A deed he planned for two years. Now the prosecutor is demanding that he should be sentenced to more than two years in prison.
Hässleholm • Publicerad 5 juli 2019
Hässleholms Tekniska Skola just before Christmas last year. The day before the school closed, the 21-year-old detonated two pipe bombs in the school's basement.
He had made four extra pipe bombs. One of them was attached to a bottle of petrol. But they never exploded.
The 21-year-old says that the crime was a cry for help and that he wanted to be arrested.
He risks imprisonment for, among other things, destruction causing public endangerment and unlawful threat. He also threatened to shoot two students at the school.
The District Court will give its verdict on July 10th. Until then, the man will remain in custody.
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