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Envoyé : mardi 30 avril 2019 08:40
À : Corentin Decaen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Objet : RSOE EDIS – Situation Update : No.1 – CBRN : Davoren Park, State of South Australia, Australia, Australia – New-Zealand
Importance : Haute
RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
April 30th 2019 06:37 AM – CBRN – CR-20190430-67683-AUS
A highly volatile explosive known as "mother of Satan" is being detonated at a property in Adelaide’s north. Police began conducting what was expected to be a series of controlled blasts at the Davoren Park address on Tuesday afternoon after finding the material in a shed the previous night. It was deemed too dangerous to move, with bomb squad officers and a hazardous materials team brought in to handle the situation. A 43-year-old man from the property appeared in Elizabeth Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with possession and manufacture of explosives. Aaron Ellis first came to the attention of authorities in February when he posted on social media that he "hated Muslims". The court heard nothing of concern was found at his home at the time but fresh information received on Monday prompted police to return. In opposing bail, Brevet Sergeant Daren Cross said the chemicals had been referred to as "mother of Satan". The court was told the material was highly volatile and could not be transported. Ahead of the controlled detonations it was removed from the shed and placed in an area in the backyard of the property. The area around the home was sealed off and neighbouring properties evacuated. Locals were warned to stay inside and away from any windows. One resident, Linda, who did not want to give her last name, described the discovery as "really scary". She said any explosion could have impacted on a wide area. Another, Tony Schuit, said he had never noticed anything out of the ordinary about the house. "It’s certainly concerning," he said. Ellis was remanded in custody and will return to court next week when a report on possible home detention bail will be considered.
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