“merryland [sic] police station is next hope they all burn in hell”.
Where did this charmer learn his Islam? Does anyone know? Does anyone care?
“Parramatta shooting: Student arrested from same school attended by 15yo gunman after Facebook post,” ABC.net.au, October 5, 2015:
A student who allegedly threatened a Sydney police station on his Facebook page has been arrested on his way to the same school attended by the teenager who shot dead a police accountant last week.
Police said they spoke to the teenage boy on his way to Arthur Phillip High School in Parramatta this morning in relation to alleged posts on social media.
They said the student then threatened and intimidated police and he was arrested.
It comes after Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammad shot and killed 17-year police force veteran and accountant Curtis Cheng at close range outside the NSW Police headquarters in Parramatta on Friday.
The Year 10 student was killed by police in front of the building after he shot dead Mr Cheng.
There was a heavy police presence at the school this morning which is just metres from the scene of last week’s fatal shooting.
On Saturday, the teenager arrested this morning allegedly posted a video on Facebook of Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione addressing the public about the shooting with the caption “merryland [sic] police station is next hope they all burn in hell”.
The student arrested this morning had his belongings emptied on the footpath.
He was handcuffed and taken in a police van to Parramatta Police Station.
At the time, the student told the ABC that police had taken offence to him videoing them on his mobile phone.
The ABC saw a senior police inspector looking at the content of the boy’s mobile phone.
Students at Arthur Phillip High School returned for the first time today since the fatal shooting last week.
The NSW Department of Education is offering counselling services to students and teachers this morning.
A number of students expressed their shock at the shooting incident, describing Farhad as quiet, polite and “a nice kid”.
Students who knew Farhad said he enjoyed playing basketball at the school.
“I find it incredible to think that a 15-year-old boy could undertake this action without any form of help or assistance or encouragement,” he said.
“And I can assure you that if he was … those people who have undertaken any inciting or any encouragement to undertake such a horrendous crime, we will track them down and they will face the full consequences.”
But Mr Baird would not say whether police had made progress trying to find the teenager’s sister, who is understood to have travelled to Turkey and may be trying to reach Iraq or Syria….
Parents must take stronger action to deter children at risk: police
Yesterday, NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas said parents with children at risk of radicalisation must take a stronger role to deter them from violent influences.
He said families and the community, rather than police, were the key to stamping out terror-related violence.
Deputy Commissioner Kaldas said the reaction since the shooting showed the Muslim community abhorred such violence and some were fearful of retaliation….