Uber driver Mohiussunnath Chowdhury was discovered not responsible of a terror cost after attacking law enforcement officials with a 42-inch Lord of the Rings-style sword exterior Buckingham Palace.
Chowdhury was captured with a samurai sword exterior Buckingham Palace stated the Queen was the enemy “that Allah tells us to struggle.”
He was screaming “Allahu akbar” through the assault.
On Wednesday Mohiussunnath Chowdhury was acquitted. He stated he didn’t imply to harm anybody.
He was drawing Islamist assault imagery whereas sitting in jail.
A person who attacked police with a sword exterior Buckingham Palace whereas repeatedly screaming Allahu Akbar has been discovered not responsible of making ready acts of terrorism.
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 27, advised jurors his claims to assist ISIS had been ‘in jest’ and his assault was as a result of he was ‘depressed’ and ‘needed police to kill him’.
They unanimously acquitted the Uber driver, who lashed out at three officers on August 25 final 12 months.
One of many officers stated he had ‘fought for his life’ within the terrifying incident however a jury had failed to succeed in a verdict in June this 12 months.
After that trial collapsed, Chowdhury was held at Belmarsh Jail – the place he handed the time sketching photos of an Islamist terrorist gunning down a person exterior Quantity 10.
His newest trial was proven the drawing – during which the attacker is depicted shouting Allahu Akbar as blood sprays on the entrance door – together with a sketch of a aircraft hitting the Twin Towers in New York.
Prosecutors at this trial stated Chowdhury had chosen ‘self-radicalisation’ and had scoured the web for articles linked to Jihadi John and ISIS beheadings.
Right this moment Chowdhury, of Luton, Bedfordshire, bit his lip, raised his eyebrows after which saluted the jurors after they spent 11 hours and 36 minutes contemplating the decision.
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