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  1. Shocking video shows crossbow-wielding man threatening to 'assassinate the Queen' | Daily Mail Online Shocking video shows crossbow-wielding man threatening to ‘assassinate the Queen in revenge for 1919 Amritsar massacre’ – as 19-year-old who scaled Windsor Castle fence is sectioned Footage shows crossbow-wielding figure threatening to 'assassinate the Queen' It is understood to be the 19-year-old male suspect, from Southampton, in video Armed intruder was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle on Christmas Day Suspect, who was carrying a crossbow, was sectioned under Mental Health Act Security were alerted to his presence when alarm was triggered around 8:30am By REBECCA ENGLISH and REBECCA CAMBER FOR THE DAILY MAIL and LAUREN LEWIS FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 22:25, 26 December 2021 | UPDATED: 01:40, 27 December 2021 Shocking video showing a crossbow-wielding man threatening to ‘assassinate the Queen in revenge for 1919 Amritsar massacre’ has emerged - after a 19-year-old who scaled Windsor Castle's spiked fence was sectioned. The footage which was obtained by The Sun shows the man, thought to be the arrested suspect, holding a black crossbow and using a distorted voice as he makes threats down the camera. Jaswant Singh Chail uploaded the pre-recorded video to Snapchat at 8:06am on Christmas Day, 24 minutes before a man was arrested by police inside the grounds of Windsor Castle. Kamala Harris says DEMOCRACY and the climate crisis are the biggest national security threats facing the US: VP also stands by Biden's decision to withdraw from Afghanistan and puts the blame on Trump, and other top stories from December 27, 2 He says: 'I'm sorry. I'm sorry for what I've done and what I will do. I will attempt to assassinate Elizabeth, Queen of the Royal Family. This is revenge for those who have died in the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. 'It is also revenge for those who have been killed, humiliated and discriminated on because of their race. I'm an Indian Sikh, a Sith. My name was Jaswant Singh Chail, my name is Darth Jones.' Sith may be a reference to the leading villains in Star Wars while Darth Jones may relate to James Earl Jones who voiced Darth Vader. A framed picture of Star Wars character Darth Malgus was visible in the background of the clip. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, or Massacre of Amritsar, saw 379 protesters killed and 1,200 wounded by British forces in India. Alongside the video a message was also sent on Snapchat which said: ‘I’m sorry to all of those who I have wronged or lied to. ‘If you have received this then my death is near. Please share this with whoever and if possible get it to the news if they’re interested.’ The suspect, who police have not yet named, was arrested shortly after 8.30am yesterday after he was spotted on CCTV roaming the gardens after scaling an outer wall. He was later sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Scotland Yard said detectives were examining the footage which was posted on social media before the Christmas Day incident at the Queen’s Berkshire home.
  2. Just watched this earlier. Well worth a watch, but if you're the type into faggy movies with Bhangra singers as the lead roles, that has bhundoo dance routines every 25 minutes (or flying peasants), this might not be your cup of tea. It felt very long, and the last bit was very emotive. The director done some good work subtly suggestive of 1984 and the recent farmers andolan.
  3. By Rohan Dua, TNN | Feb 20, 2013, 12.09 PM IST AMRITSAR: British PM David Cameron on Wednesday described the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar as "a deeply shameful event in British history", becoming the first serving prime minister to voice regret about one of the British Empire's bloodiest episodes in India. He, however, just fell short of an apology but made clear that he considered the episode a stain on Britain's history that needed to be regretted by a democratically elected government of the UK. "This was a deeply shameful event in British history - one that Winston Churchill rightly described at that time as monstrous" the left-handed Cameron wrote in the visitor's notebook at the massacre site. His note further read: "We must never forget what happened here", underlining the word never twice. "And in remembering we must ensure that the UK stands up for the right of peaceful protest around the world" it said. The gesture came on the third and final day of his visit to India aimed at drumming up trade and investment. Just minutes before he wrote the telling remarks, he told a few journalists: "it was a terrible act". He also laid a wreath on the memorial site and then gently walked towards the table where visitor's notebook was kept. His remarks are likely to be seen as an attempt to improve relations with India and to woo around 1.5 million British voters of Indian origin ahead of a 2015 election. Cameron's visit has been largely focused on trade and investment so far.
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