A North London man described as a “far-right extremist” will stand trial next year after being accused of a terror attack plot.
Cavan Medlock, 29, has been accused of targeting an immigration solicitor at a law firm in a “bid to kill” with a Nazi flag, knife and handcuffs on September 7, 2020.
Medlock has been accused of preparing an act of terrorism after he allegedly researched Duncan Lewis Solicitors in Harrow, North-West London, with the intention of killing the immigration solicitor, reports the Daily Mail.
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29-year-old Medlock also faces other charges, including threatening someone with a bladed article in a public place, causing racially aggravated alarm, battery, harassment or distress and making a threat to kill.
All of these charges relate to the incident at the Harrow law firm in September last year.
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Medlock, from Harrow, has been accused of threatening a receptionist at the law firm with the knife, before threatening to murder the solicitor and racially abusing staff.
His trial date has been set for March 7, 2022, at Kingston Crown Court.
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