A Bulgarian national was sentenced to 7 years in prison in Austria after plans for terrorist attack were discovered, France Press informs, referring to the Prosecutor’s Office.
The twenty four-year-old man returned from Syria in 2015 after spending two years in that country. The USB found in him contained instructions for bombing, how to handle with explosives, arsenic and napalm, as well as a guide for perpetration of terrorist attacks in Europe. A thirty-eight-year-old Austrian citizen of Bulgarian and Turkish descent was sentenced to 8 years in Prison for persuading people to join the jihadist group Islamic State.
According to Austria’s Prosecutor’s Office, the man lived in the radical environment for over 15 years and later spent several years in the Austrian city of Graz where he had central ideological role in a religious group.