December 27, 2021 03:40 GMT
Police said an assessment of the suspect’s mental state conducted after his arrest showed that the young man had mental problems.
On Sunday, British media published a video showing a masked man Intent to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II And that it could have been recorded by the same young man armed with a crossbow that was recorded Arrested This Saturday morning while trying to enter Windsor Castle, where the King was at the time.
In the video he got it the sun, a leg persuasive and persuasive He holds a crossbow and addresses the camera in a distorted voice. According to the media, the person in the video, called Jaswant Singh Chail, could be the same attacker who was arrested at the royal residence on Christmas Day.
The 19-year-old had sent the video to his friends on Snapchat at 08:06 (local time), about 20 minutes before he was arrested after Jumping over the fence with spikes In an area close to the King’s apartments.
“I’m sorry. I’m sorry for what I did and what I’m going to do. I will try to kill Isabelle, the queen of the royal family,” says the young man covered in the recording.
At the same time, in a message to the people who received the video, the young man emphasized that he did not expect to survive the attack. “If I receive this, it means that I will die soon,” he wrote.
An act of “revenge”
The individual reveals that his intention to kill the Queen is “revenge” for Amritsar massacre The championship of British Indian Army soldiers in April 1919 in the Indian city of Amritsar, when at least 379 people were killed and more than 1,200 wounded.
“It is revenge for those who were By killing, humiliating, or discriminating against them By race, “he continues.” I’m an Indian Sikh, Seth. My name was Jaswant Singh Chil, my name is Darth Jones,” says the author of the video, referring to the characters from the Dark Side of George Lucas’ Star Wars saga, enemies of the Jedi.
An assessment of the accused’s psychological state after his arrest showed that the young man suffers mental problems, for whom he is currently in custody under the Mental Health Act, police reported through a Release.