A youthful Bulgarian man was sentenced to 40 months in jail by a Czech court docket docket on Tuesday over messages threatening terror assaults in Pakistan besides Islamabad freed a girl arrested with heroin inside the nation earlier this yr.
The regional court docket docket in Plzen, west of Prague, found 21-year-old Nikolai Simeonov Ivanov accountable of sending the threats by piece of email and textual content material message to a television channel and data web page in Pakistan.
The threats demanded the discharge of a Czech woman he knew, named as Tereza H, who had been arrested in January at Lahore airport.
“If Pakistan would not free inside 48 hours Tereza, arrested with 9 kilos of heroin, and would not let her take a plane to the Czech Republic, terrorist assaults will occur in Pakistan,” said the message, be taught out in court docket docket by the prosecution.
Ivanov, who has lived in Plzen since 2016, was sentenced to 40 months in jail by the court docket docket, after admitting that he had despatched the messages, together with that he had not realised the outcomes of the threats.
“I did not suppose that anyone would take my messages severely, significantly since I included my telephone amount and piece of email deal with,” said Ivanov, whose lawyer had requested for a suspended sentence.
The Plzen court docket docket said in its ruling that Ivanov must be expelled from the Czech Republic for eight years after his sentence is served.