I løpet av 2018 og 2019 har det vært et økt fokus på bruk av terror som et politisk virkemiddel i internasjonale, høyreekstreme nettverk. I 2018 ble det gjennomført syv høyreekstreme terrorangrep. Så langt i 2019, er antallet gjennomførte høyreekstreme terrorangrep mer enn doblet, til seksten gjennomførte angrep.
EOS-utvalget har i dag, torsdag 5. desember, overlevert en særskilt melding til Stortinget om PSTs tilgang til flypassasjerinformasjon.
PST har observert ei negativ utvikling i trusselen frå høgreekstreme. Vi vurderer det no som mogleg at norske høgreekstreme vil forsøke å gjennomføre terrorhandlingar det komande året.
PST has been tasked by the Ministry of Justice and Public Security to prepare an
assessment of the risk that the voluntary sector could be used to finance terrorism.
You can find and download the report below.
Trusselnivået i Norge 2. mai er vurdert til MODERAT som er nivå 3 på en skala fra 1 til 5. Nivået er satt ut fra den nye terrortrusselskalaen som har til hensikt å formidle PSTs vurdering av den generelle terrortrusselen mot Norge.
In the autumn of 2016, PST published a report on the background of extreme islamists in Norway before they became radicalised. PST has now prepared a similar report on individuals connected to the extreme right-wing scene in Norway.
Etter en helhetlig vurdering basert på foreløpige tekniske og taktiske bevis, har PST endret Bertheussens status fra fornærmet til mistenkt i samtlige saker, bortsett fra den hun allerede er siktet for.
Status of the investigation of the threats against the Norwegian Minister of Justice, Tor Mikkel Wara
Today, PST has charged Laila Anita Bertheussen, the live-in partner of the Norwegian Minister of Justice and Public Security, with violation of section 225 letter b of the Penal Code - for having done something to raise suspicion that criminal act has been committed, when it has not.
The charges concern the fire that started on the night between Saturday and Sunday 10 March in the family car, which was parked outside the family´s residence in Oslo.
We suspect the charged person to have started the fire, thus giving the impression that the fire was started by one or more unknown perpetrators.
This incident is seen in connection with previous threats against the Minister of Justice and his live-in partner, where the charged person may have caused the police to investigate this incident, as an escalation of the previous threats. PST will continue to investigate these former incidents as violations of section 115 and 263 of the Penal Code. Bertheussen is not charged with these incidents.
The investigation is in a preliminary phase, and Laila Bertheussen is currently being questioned by PST. The case will be investigated widely and with the aim of clarifying guilt as well as innocence. The offence can, under the circumstances, be punishable under several other penal provisions. It is too early to say whether there is reason to expand the charges.
Today, Oslo District Court issued a warrant to search the charged person´s residence. The court thus finds that there are reasonable grounds to suspect Berhetussen of the offence with which she is charged. At present, PST does not find it necessary to submit an application for remanding the charged person in custody.
Section 225 - Accusation of a fictitious criminal act
A penalty of a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 1 year shall be applied to any person who
a) reports a criminal act which has not been committed to the courts, the prosecuting authority or another public authority, or
b) raises suspicion that a criminal act has been committed, when it has not.
Section 115 - Attack on the activities of the highest state bodies
A penalty of imprisonment for a term not exceeding 10 years shall be applied to any person who by force, threats or other illegal means puts the King, the Regent, the Government, the Parliament, the Supreme Court or the Court of Impeachment, or a member of these institutions, at risk of being hindered or affected in their activities.
Section 263 - Threats
Any person who by words or conduct threatens to engage in criminal conduct under such circumstances that the threat is likely to cause seriouse fear shall be subject to a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year.