Self-Proclaimed 'Muslim Prince' Caught Plotting to Blow Up Meghan-Harry Wedding
Mohammed Jibra-Eel Saleh sent email to 'f*****g stupid British royal family'
A self-proclaimed 'Muslim Prince' of Spain is facing a lengthy prison sentence after he was found guilty of malicious communications, according to reports.
The 37-year-old, who is suspected of having mental problems, prompted a massive security scare in the UK after emailing Prince Andrew and government officials threatening to blow up the Duke, and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding last May, The Telegraph reports.
According to one email, Mohammed Jibra-Eel Saleh allegedly challenged what he termed as “f*****g stupid British royal family."
He then went onto describe himself as “the Muslim Prince of Spain married to the illegitimate daughter of the former King of Spain, Juan Carlos’s daughter called Marguerita.”
“All you British royal family are going to die for having me arrested and tortured in prison in the Netherlands. We’re at war, b***h. Your grandson wedding is going to be a blast”, he warned.
Saleh was tracked down by police and detained two days before the wedding took place on 19 May 2018.
According to prosecutors at the Leicester Crown Court, three of the threatening emails has been sent to the various recipients with two separate mobile phones.
Police discovered that Saleh was the user following a Google “subscriber check.”
Saleh was found guilty of three charges of sending electronic communications with intent to cause distress and anxiety, last month.
He was also charged with sending an electronic communication which conveyed a threat.
The 37-year-old was deemed to be suffering from mental health problems and was seen as unfit to stand trial and plea.
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