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Palace terror suspect was Uber driver who had tried to get to Windsor Castle - The Guardian

Court drawing of Mohiussunnath Chowdhury who appeared at Westminster magistrates court in London. Photograph: Julia Quenzler/SWNS.com. A terrorism suspect arrested outside Buckingham Palace had first wanted to go to Windsor Castle, but his satnav ...and more »

Man charged over Buckingham Palace incident - BBC News

A man has been charged after an incident near Buckingham Palace where three police officers were injured. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 26, of Luton, was charged under the Terrorism Act 2006 for "engaging in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his ...and more »

'The Queen and her soldiers will all be in hellfire': Note 'written by Uber driver terrorist' who 'got LOST trying ... - Daily Mail

A suspected terrorist accused of attacking police with a sword outside Buckingham Palace ranted that the 'Queen and her soldiers will all be in hellfire', a court heard. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 26, sparked a major terror alert when he was arrested ...and more »

Bangladeshi-born British citizen charged in Buckingham Palace attack - Dhaka Tribune

A 26-year-old man arrested over an alleged terror attack with a four-foot Samurai sword near Buckingham Palace earlier in August has been named as Bangladeshi-born British citizen Mohiussunnath Choudhury. He appeared before Westminster Magistrates ...and more »

Satnav Takes Sword-Wielding Terror Suspect to Pub Instead of Windsor Castle - Sputnik International

A suspected terrorist in London ended up at a pub instead of Windsor Castle due to problems with his car's navigation system. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, a 26-years old British citizen who worked as an Uber driver in London, was detained by the ...and more »

Buckingham Palace samurai sword suspect appears in court accused of terror attack plot - Scottish Daily Record

Police say Mohiussunnath Chowdhury reached for a sword and yelled 'Allahu Akbar' as he was tackled by officers and sprayed with CS gas. Share. By. Jack Hardy. 16:32, 31 AUG 2017. News. Three officers suffered minor injuries during an incident outside ...and more »

Buckingham Palace suspect 'meant to go to Windsor Castle but got address wrong' - Metro

A man arrested outside Buckingham Palace with a samurai sword originally wanted to go to Windsor Castle but got the address wrong, it is alleged. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury left his home in Luton and typed Windsor Castle into his sat nav, but ended up ...and more »

Buckingham Palace attack: suspect was 'Uber driver lost on way to Windsor' - The Times

An Uber driver accused of a terrorist attack in which three police officers were hurt with a Samurai sword outside Buckingham Palace is understood to have got lost en route because of a sat-nav mix-up. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 26, was heading towards ...and more »

UK sword-wielding terror suspect tried to find Windsor Castle but got to pub of same name - RT

A man charged in connection with a terrorist incident outside Buckingham Palace, that left three police officers injured, told the court that he was looking for Windsor Castle but got to a similarly named pub instead. Mohiussunnath Choudhury was ...and more »

Man charged with terror offence after he was arrested near Buckingham Palace armed with 4ft sword - Mirror.co.uk

A man who was arrested near Buckingham Palace armed with a 4ft sword has been charged with a terror offence, police said. Mohiussunnath Choudhury, 26, from Luton, allegedly drove a car at officers outside the royal home and then reached for a sword ...and more »