Five people died and two others were injured in an archery attack in Norway on October 13. Police say they have been in contact with the suspect – a Danish convert to Islam, according to them – over fears of radicalization.
The Norwegian police presented this October 14 the alleged perpetrator of an archery attack which left five dead the day before in Kongsberg (south-east) as a Dane of 37 converted to Islam with whom she had been in contact in the past for “fears of radicalization”.
“There have been fears related to radicalization previously,” Norwegian police official Ole Bredrup Saeverud said at a press briefing. These fears, which have given rise to a follow-up, date back to 2020 and before, according to the same source.
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