Yet another Syrian pretending to be a “refugee” has been arrested in Germany this week, this time in the city of Schwerin in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. According to German media reports, Yamer A. (19), came to Germany in autumn 2015 and had been granted asylum in April 2016—and has been living off the taxpayers ever since.
The invader is charged with having planned and prepared an attack with explosives.
According to German Federal Police detectives, he came to their attention after making contact with Jihadists via the internet in 2017, and had already started preparing the explosive device he was going to use.
“According to the findings so far, Yamen A. made the decision no later than July 2017 to detonate an explosive device in Germany in order to kill and injure as many people as possible,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement.
“As a result, he began to procure components and chemicals needed to make an explosive device. Whether the suspect had already envisaged a specific target for his bomb attack is still unclear,” the office added.
He had ordered chemicals over the internet that could be used to make the explosive TATP, short for triacetone triperoxide, the spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office added. He had also acquired two radios, batteries and a cellphone battery, suggesting he planned a remote-controlled explosion by radio or mobile telephone.
Some of the parts had been ordered over the internet from Amazon, the Bild newspaper revealed.