Cayman Islands, Caribbeanand International News
Friday, Jan 21, 2022
Cayman Islands News
Add Your News
Windsor Castle: Queen 'assassination' bid video probed
Police are investigating a video linked to a man who was found with a crossbow at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day.
The footage, obtained by The Sun newspaper, appears to show a masked person in a hoodie holding a crossbow.
They are shown addressing the camera saying they wanted to "assassinate the Queen" in a "revenge" mission.
Scotland Yard confirmed detectives were "assessing the contents of a video" following the arrest of a 19-year-old man from Southampton.
The police spokesman declined to comment on the identity of the person in the video.
Buckingham Palace has also declined to comment.
A 19-year-old suspect was sectioned under the Mental Health Act after being found in the castle grounds.
He was arrested at about 08:30 GMT on Christmas Day and was initially held on suspicion of breach or trespass of a protected site, and possession of an offensive weapon.
The Queen was in residence at Windsor Castle for Christmas and was due to be joined for lunch by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, as well as the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
Didn't kill himself the first time: Did Epstein really attempt suicide?
Billionaire pedophile prison papers leave many questions unanswered
Of all the promises Biden has broken, this one is the most painful
President Joe Biden was elected on promises to unite the country, but he’s now seen as only further dividing a polarized nation
Statue of US president removed from New York museum
A bronze Theodore Roosevelt monument has been hauled away from its longtime perch outside the American Museum of Natural History
Britain warns Putin and Xi: West will stand up to 'dictatorship' (but will not pay reparations for Britain’s own colonialism, slavery and genocide)
Britain on Friday warned Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping that the West would stand together to fight for democracy against dictatorships which ...
Barbados' Mottley hails landslide victory for ruling party
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Thursday celebrated a landslide victory in the Caribbean nation's first general election since it became a republic last year by removing ...
Revealed: UK Gov't Plans Publicity Blitz to Undermine Privacy of Your Chats
The Home Office has hired a high-end ad agency to mobilize public opinion against encrypted communications - with plans that include some shockingly manipulative tactics
Corrupted UK as usual: Tory defector says whips told him to back PM or lose school funds
Christian Wakeford allegation comes as senior Tory urges MPs to report claims of attempted blackmail
Djokovic-backed ‘biotech’ firm’s approach likened to homeopathy
Exclusive: QuantBioRes says it designs treatments for viral diseases based on electromagnetic frequency
Canada’s Prince Andrew high school announces plan to change name
School attempt to distance itself from the growing controversy surrounding the Duke of York
Snapchat fights drug dealing on app amid surge in youth overdose deaths
Improved automated drug detection systems and enhanced partnerships with law enforcement are among changes
Former pope Benedict accused of inaction over child sexual abuse cases
Two cases involved abusers who were allowed to continue with pastoral duties, says lawyer
Subscribe also to our WhatsApp channel:
Add Your News