Samir A. is writing an autobiography
25 January 2006, AMSTERDAM — Terrorist suspect Samir A. is writing an autobiography, news programme 'Nova" has reported.
25 January 2006
AMSTERDAM — Terrorist suspect Samir A. is writing an autobiography, news programme 'Nova" has reported.
Police allegedly discovered the 19-year-old Dutch-Moroccan had completed 25 pages when he was arrested last October on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks.
The work found on his computer is entitled 'Deurwaarders' (Bailiffs) and it describes how Samir A. came to follow a radical Islamic philosophy.
The first few chapters discuss his frequent arrests and questioning by the police. A was cleared for the third time of terrorist charges by a Dutch court in November. A further case, following from the arrest the month before, begins on Friday.
Police also discovered a pamphlet on his computer which outlines how to mislead the police and the intelligence service (AIVD).
The pamphlet ends with a number of tips, 'Nova' said. These include: remember Allah and Allah will think of you; avoid getting arrested; never carry any information you do not need; clean up evidence from your home; never tell your wife or anyone else about the secrets of the group; and be cautious with communications.
[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2006]
Subject: Dutch news