A Muslim man, living in Norway's capital Oslo, threatened the unemployment-and welfare center (NAV), and Akershus University Hospital in a job application. Now he must appear in court, reports TV2.
The man, who is in his 20s, is accused of threats and must meet in Oslo District Court on Tuesday.
In a job application to Akershus University Hospital he wrote: "I hope to slaughter you all soon."
A few weeks later, in January this year, he sent a job application to a district in Oslo, where he wrote: "I'll blow you all to pieces." In both applications he referred to Anders Behring Breivik (the Utøya shooter).
The man is also accused of having threatened NAV. On his resume on NAV's pages he wrote: "I willl take my revenge." And "Death to all NAV dictators. Long live the Islamic State".
He is charged with violation of Penal Code Section 227: "for by word or deed to have threatened with an offense that may result in higher punishment than 6 months imprisonment, under such circumstances that the threat was fit to raise fear."
The man's defence lawyer, Bjorn Rudjord, informs to TV2 that his client acknowledges guilt and that the threats were made in frustration.
Perhaps this is why ISIS massacres Infidels: frustration...
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