Thirty One Year Old Man Arrested By Anti Terror Police

From Jihad-Watch:
The salient detail that the Daily Mail sees fit to include about the arrested person is that he is a “31-year-old man.” That’s it.

Do 31-year-old men have some particular propensity for terrorism? Or is there some other detail about this “man” that might better explain why he got involved in terror plotting?

Why is the Mail being so very tight-lipped? What group are they trying to protect, and for what reason?

Assistant chief constable Tim Jacques of Lancashire Police said: “‘If you see anything that causes concern, then let us know immediately. Look out for anything that seems out of place, unusual or doesn’t seem to fit in with day-to-day life. It may be nothing, but if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist-related then trust your instinct and call us in confidence on 0800 789 321, or in an emergency 999.”

Questions for Tim Jacques of the Lancashire Police:

1. How can the public know what to watch for if you law enforcement authorities and the establishment media are so closemouthed about what kind of people are likely to commit acts of terrorism?

2. If someone calls you and reports a Muslim on suspicion of jihad terror plotting, would you prosecute the person doing the reporting for “Islamophobia”? How much have your “anti-Islamophobia” initiatives had a chilling effect upon Britons who might have reported jihad terror activity but now don’t dare, for fear of ruining their own lives?

“Anti-terror police storm Lancashire town and arrest 31-year-old man on suspicion of ‘plotting attack,'” by Richard Spillett, Mailonline, November 22, 2017:

A man has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after police carried out warrants at two properties in Lancashire.

Police said the 31-year-old man from Nelson was arrested at about 11.15am on Wednesday on suspicion of being concerned in the preparation of acts of terrorism.

He is being held in custody and will be questioned by detectives.

Two properties on Leonard Street in Nelson are being searched after the warrants were carried out by Lancashire Police and Counter Terrorism Policing officers….

One of the houses, three doors apart, being searched was unoccupied, according to one neighbour.

The woman, who did not wish to be named, said: ‘I am shocked that there has been an arrest here because it’s so quiet.

‘I have not seen or heard anything suspicious myself.’

Assistant chief constable Tim Jacques of Lancashire Police said: ‘I recognise that events like this can cause people to worry and impact on wider public confidence….

He added: ‘In relation to the threat posed by terrorism, it is critical that the public work with us and remain vigilant.

‘If you see anything that causes concern, then let us know immediately. Look out for anything that seems out of place, unusual or doesn’t seem to fit in with day-to-day life.

‘It may be nothing, but if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist-related then trust your instinct and call us in confidence on 0800 789 321, or in an emergency 999.’

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