Australian police on Tuesday captured three men blamed for connections to Daesh aggressor over a supposed plot to assault police headquarters, embassies and defense offices in central Sydney.
Three men aged 20,23 and 30 were arrested because their activities raised doubt. Two men among three were arrested because they are connected to an organization which involved in terrorist activities.
Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Ian McCartney told that their target was a police station, task forces, councils, and churches.
Police said that the plots were said to be in the “beginning periods”, yet included moves to import weapons and explosives to target offices in the focal business locale. The third man depicted as a “partner” will be accused of lesser offenses.
Mick Willing assistant commissioner of New South Wales police stated that three men were linked with each other through social media because of their same mission.
Before the end of last year, Australia passed laws permitting spy offices and police to access encoded interchanges from suspected lawbreakers.
Police said one of the suspects had gone under the watch of experts in the wake of coming back from Lebanon a year ago, charging he had made arrangements to go to Afghanistan to battle with the state. Police said there was no further danger to the general population.
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