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The 25-year-old Pole, who was caught using bomb-making materials, faces terrorist attacks in court


The 25-year-old Pole, caught on the eve of the parliamentary elections with bomb-making materials, faces terrorist attacks in court

  • Filip Bednarczyk, 25, of Luton, is charged with terrorist and explosive offenses
  • Polish citizen Bednarczyk is charged under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000
  • He appeared at Westminster Magistrates and only spoke to confirm his name

A Polish citizen arrested on the eve of the parliamentary elections has appeared before the court today, charged with terrorist and explosive offenses.

Filip Bednarczyk, 25, who lived in Luton, is accused of collecting information useful for terrorism in accordance with Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

He is also accused of producing or possessing an explosive in suspicious circumstances, which violates Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act 1883.

Filip Bednarczyk, 25, who lived in Luton, is accused of collecting information useful for terrorism in accordance with Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000

Bednarczyk is also accused of having manufactured or owned an explosive in suspicious circumstances, which violates Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act 1883

Bednarczyk is also accused of having manufactured or owned an explosive in suspicious circumstances, which violates Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act 1883

Bednarczyk appeared in a gray tracksuit at Westminster Magistrates' Court and spoke only to confirm his name, age, and address

The police said there was "no immediate risk to public security."

Bednarczyk appeared in a gray tracksuit at Westminster Magistrates' Court and spoke only to confirm his name, age, and address.

Prosecutor Jane Stansfield told the court: "On the morning of December 11th, an arrest warrant and search warrant were issued, which resulted in the confiscation of numerous handwritten documents, a number of digital media storage devices, and a lot of sulfur powder."

A computer, a mobile phone and a gaming device were also confiscated.

"The investigation by explosives experts confirmed that the confiscated powder was part of at least one set of teaching material that was found at the address," she added.

Beth O & # 39; Reilly, who defended herself, said there was no bail request and no evidence of a plea.

District judge John McGarva has detained Bednarczyk for appearing at Old Bailey on January 3.

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