A 14-year-old young girl has been captured in London on doubt of helping a man to do a demonstration of psychological oppression, Scotland Yard said.
The young lady, one of the most youthful suspects at any point captured in a fear based oppression examination, was confined in the south of the capital today.
Criminologists are proceeding to scrutinize her as a major aspect of a progressing examination, the Met Police said today.
A representative stated: ‘Officers from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command have captured a 14-year-old young lady today, Tuesday 14 November.
‘The young lady was captured at an address in south London on doubt of helping a man to complete a demonstration of psychological warfare, in spite of area 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006.
‘She was kept under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) and has been taken to a south London police headquarters, where she right now stays in police care. Enquiries proceed.’
Since the September 11 assaults, more than 130 of the 3,500 or more individuals captured in counter-fear mongering operations have been younger than 18, late details uncover. A sum of 18 of those young people have been sentenced.
In 2015, a 14-year-old was captured for empowering another youngster in Australia to do an assault there.
He was never named yet conceded to a dread charge and got the adolescent form of a lifelong incarceration after he turned 15.