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Offbeat Prosecutor: Tunisian allegedly made ricin for German attack

13:41  14 june  2018
13:41  14 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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German prosecutors said Thursday they've thwarted an Islamic extremist plot to launch an attack with the deadly toxin ricin . They said a 29-year-old Tunisian , identified only as Sief Allah H., who was arrested Wednesday, started procuring material online, including seeds needed for the creation of

German prosecutors say they've thwarted an Islamic extremist plot to launch an attack with the deadly toxin ricin . BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have thwarted a plot by a Tunisian man who created the deadly toxin ricin using castor bean seeds and planned to use the poison in an Islamic extremist

In this Tuesday June 12, 2018 photo, German police officers in protective gear leave an apartment building during an operation in Cologne, Germany. German police are searching the apartment of a 29-year-old Tunisian man who is accused of keeping toxic substances in his home. (David Young/dpa via AP) © The Associated Press In this Tuesday June 12, 2018 photo, German police officers in protective gear leave an apartment building during an operation in Cologne, Germany. German police are searching the apartment of a 29-year-old Tunisian man who is accused of keeping toxic substances in his home. (David Young/dpa via AP)

BERLIN — German prosecutors say they've thwarted an Islamic extremist plot to launch an attack with the deadly toxin ricin.

Federal prosecutors said Thursday a 29-year-old Tunisian, identified only as Sief Allah H., who was arrested Wednesday, started procuring material online including seeds needed for the creation of ricin in mid-May.

They say he succeeded in creating the toxin this month and investigators found it in a search of his Cologne apartment.

They're still investigating exactly how the suspect planned to use the toxin, but said he was working on an attack in Germany.

Prosecutors say they currently have no evidence of a connection with any extremist organization.

They didn't immediately comment on a Bild newspaper report that American intelligence tipped off German investigators.

German president worries about 'irreparable damage' to U.S. ties .
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier expressed concern on Tuesday that Europe's relations with the United States could suffer irreparable damage, and urged Washington not to view the world as a boxing ring "in which everyone fights everyone".His comments follow President Donald Trump's decision to impose import tariffs on metals from the European Union and his criticism of Germany's political leadership.

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