Monday 30 June 2008, by Aftenposten
Norway’s first terrorism trial ended with the acquittal of Arfan Bhatti, who was charged with firing shots at a synagogue in Oslo, and planning attacks on embassies. His alleged accomplices were also acquitted, but Bhatti was convicted for other shootings and attempted murder. Instead of terrorism, Bhatti was essentially convicted of vandalism instead - though some viewed his verbal threats, thoughts, and ideas conveyed by cellphone as frightening. Bhatti’s conviction on attempted murder, however, had nothing to do with the synagogue shootings, but was related to a money and a failed pyramid scheme.
June 3, 2008
Source : AftenPosten