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ISIS Letter Turns Out to be Fake

Published: 10th October 2014 06:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th October 2014 06:16 AM   |  A+A-

MANGALORE: Close on the heels of a letter that was said to be written by a terror outfit, which also hinted at gambling in two buildings, a police team led by Kadri inspector T D Nagaraj arrested 11 youngsters for gambling on Wednesday night.

Sources in Mangalore East police station said the raid was conducted based on the letter, which was said to be written by ‘Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)’.

In the letter, it was stated that they will blow up two buildings to avenge the suicide of an ISIS member who was involved in gambling.

Police said someone involved in gambling must have written it and sent to the media. “The letter was posted from Kulashekhar and we are investigating the case based on the handwriting,” he said.  ENSClose on the heels of a letter that was said to be written by a terror outfit, which also hinted at gambling in two buildings, a police team led by Kadri inspector T D Nagaraj arrested 11 youngsters for gambling on Wednesday night.

Sources in Mangalore East police station said the raid was conducted based on the letter, which was said to be written by ‘Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)’.

In the letter, it was stated that they will blow up two buildings to avenge the suicide of an ISIS member who was involved in gambling.

Police said someone involved in gambling must have written it and sent to the media. “The letter was posted from Kulashekhar and we are investigating the case based on the handwriting,” he said. 

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