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‘I have come to put terror in your hearts’: The blood-spattered note found on Muslim boy, 15, who shot dead an innocent father outside a Sydney police HQ before armed officers gunned down ISIS jihadi
- Bloodstained suicide note was found on the body of 15-year-old Farhad Jabar
- Farhad Jabar, 15, shot Mr Cheng dead outside the Parramatta police HQ in 2015
- Just before the murder Jabar had raised an index finger to the mosque CCTV
- Jabar was shot dead by police in an exchange of gunfire shortly after the murder
By Josh Hanrahan For Daily Mail Australia and Aap, 1 May 2017
A 15-year-old Muslim teenager who shot dead Sydney police employee Curtis Cheng was found with a bloodstained suicide note on his body.
The note found on Farhad Jabar outside the NSW Police Force headquarters in Parramatta, Western Sydney, read ‘I have come to put terror in your hearts’.
It also said ‘an act that will cause nightmares during the night-time and hell during the daytime’ and a reference to this being ‘the world of Allah’.
he first half of the bloodstained note found on Farhad Jabar’s body outside the NSW Police Force headquarters
Farhad Jabar, (pictured), shot dead police employee Curtis Cheng on the afternoon of October 2, 2015
The full note found on Farhad Jabar outside the Police Force headquarters
Jabar allegedly supplied the gun used to kill NSW Police employee Mr Cheng originally obtained the ‘wrong’ weapon, a Sydney court has heard.
Police surveillance material played at a committal hearing in the Downing Centre Local Court on Monday allegedly shows the terror plotters encountered a major glitch in their plan just hours before Mr Cheng was shot dead on the afternoon of October 2, 2015.