Britain’s youngest terrorist jailed over plot to kill police officers can walk free, Parole Board Rules.
He plotted to murder police officers at the age of 14, He is now aged 20 and will be allowed to walk free from jail a Parole Board has ruled.
The man from Blackburn in Lancashire use a computer device to send encrypted messages instructing a jihadist to launch attacks during a Anzac Day parade in Australia in 2015.
The man who can only be identified as RXG was jailed for life in October after he admitted inciting terrorism overseas.
But despite being jailed for life he can now walk free after a Parole Board he is no longer a threat.
In a document detailing the decision to release him from prison, the Parole Board said: “After considering the circumstances of his offending, the progress made while in detention, and the evidence presented at the hearings, the panel was satisfied that RXG was suitable for release.”
Aged 14, the man took on the role of “organiser and adviser” and suggested beheading or using a car to kill officers during the annual commemoration of Australians and New Zealanders killed in conflict on 25 April, which that year marked the centenary of the First World War battle in Gallipoli.