A teenager has been charged with planning a terror attack from inside one of New South Wales’ most secure jails.
The 19 year old is accused of writing a letter, threatening to kill the state’s prisons boss, Peter Severin.
Bourhan Hraichie, 19, was moved to Goulburn’s SuperMax prison in April, after carving an Islamic State slogan into the forehead of his former cell mate, and pouring boiling water over another man’s face in another NSW prison.
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Hraichie has been charged with two terrorism-related offences as well as threatening to kill a person after materials were seized.
His fresh charges will be heard at Sydney’s Central Local Court next month.