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US police investigate against 19-year-old over plans to kill Joe Biden
US police investigate against 19-year-old over plans to kill Joe Biden
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According to court documents, investigators found evidence on Internet searches that the young man had been involved in plans to kill Joe Biden and have found several weapons, including an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and a canister of explosives, during the search of his vehicle.

On a weapons tour In April, the teenager is also said to have published a memo entitled "Should I kill Joe Biden?" and he also traveled across the country to get various weapons, and searched the Internet for information about Biden's home address, U.S. federal gun laws, and night vision goggles. At one point, the 19-year-old was near Biden's home in New Hampshire. A to-do list was also found that ended with the word "execute".

Wolfsburg: Trial begins after attempted murder

The trial against an 18-year-old has started in Wolfsburg, Germany. The prosecutor accuses him of attempting to murder a bouncer. The bouncer had denied the accused access to the club, whereupon the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed the upper body and back of the bouncer several times. Thanks to his protective vest, the security guard remained unharmed.

Perpetrator is silent on the motif in Volkmarsen car attack that wounded 154 people

Maurice P., who steered his vehicle into a Rose Monday procession and wounded 154 people on February 24th, 2020 in Volkmarsen (Germany), remains silent about his motive. His lawyer also announced that his client was unlikely to comment on this in court proceedings.

The investigators can now rule out a right-wing motive, but do not have their own investigative approach.