Who is Jaswant Singh Chail? Meet the man caught with crossbow to kill Queen


Who is Jaswant Singh Chail? Meet the man caught with crossbow to kill Queen

A 20-year-old man was accused of treason for threatening the Queen with a crossbow under a 180-year-old law. Let’s see who is Jaswant Singh Chail and Meet the man caught with a crossbow to kill Queen in detail

Meet the man caught with crossbow to kill Queen

According to reports, Jaswant Singh Chail planned to exact justice on the Queen for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

On Tuesday, August 2, the Metropolitan Police said that a 20-year-old who was discovered on the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II’s Windsor Castle on Christmas Day of last year has been accused of treason.

According to reports, Jaswant Singh Chail sought retribution against the Queen for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh tragedy.

Chail from Southampton, who claimed to be an “Indian Sikh,” was also accused of making death threats and having a crossbow in his hands.

He is still being held by police and will show up in London’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court on August 17.

“Following an investigation by the Met Police Counter Terrorism Command, a man has been charged with charges about an event that occurred within the grounds of Windsor Castle on Christmas Day last year,” the Metropolitan Police reportedly told The National News.

He was accused of breaking the terms of Section 2 of the 1842 Treason Act.

Jaswant Singh Chail: who is he?

After making a death threat against the Queen on Christmas Eve of last year, Chail, a 20-year-old from Southampton in southern England, was placed under the Mental Health Act’s section.

His father, Jasbir Singh Chail, told the Daily Mail following the event, “Our son has suffered a terrible setback, and we are scrambling to determine what.

Though we haven’t gotten a chance to speak with him, we are working to get him the assistance he requires.

We feel as though we are going through a trying time. We’re working to find a solution, but it’s not simple.”

Jaswant Singh Chail threatened to kill the Queen with a crossbow as revenge for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. (Photo: @NY Post video screenshot)


What did Jaswant Chail confess about his action?

Jaswant Chail who allegedly spent his childhood in a $600,000 semi-detached home on a private estate, is thought to have shared his buddies a Snapchat video of him posing with a crossbow 24 minutes before his arrest by the police on Christmas morning.

In the video, he apologizes. I apologize for both my past behavior and my plans.

I’m going to try to kill Queen Elizabeth of the Royal Family.

This is meant as retaliation for the victims of the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

Additionally, it is retribution for people who have been murdered, degraded, or subjected to discrimination due to their race.

I’m a Sith who is an Indian Sikh.

My name is Darth Jones; I was born Jaswant Singh Chail.

What did police reports confess?

A 20-year-old man was detained by police on Tuesday while carrying a crossbow at Windsor Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II was spending Christmas Day. He was charged with a crime under Britain’s 1842 Treason Act.

Following the incident at the castle, southwest of London, last year, Jaswant Singh Chail, from Southampton in southern England, has also been charged with making death threats and possessing an offensive weapon.

The British capital’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court will hear his case on August 17, according to the Metropolitan Police of London. He is now being held in jail.

Jaswant Singh Chail arrested

The CPS, which is in charge of prosecuting cases in England and Wales, has given the Metropolitan Police permission to file charges against Jaswant Singh Chail after his arrest on December 25, 2021, when he was found carrying a crossbow on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

He said, “This decision has been made after an examination by the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command.”

Chail has been accused of violating a part of the Treason Act, which makes it illegal to assault the Queen, have a gun or other offensive weapon in her presence or disturb the peace.

It is highly uncommon for accusations to be brought under this specific treason code, which is 180 years old.

In the most recent example, British citizen Marcus Sarjeant admitted guilt to shooting blank bullets at the monarch when she was on parade and was given a five-year prison term in 1981.

The last person to be found guilty under the distinct and more severe 1351 Treason Act was William Joyce, commonly known as Lord Haw Haw, who worked with Germany during World War II.

The Met stated after the incident at Windsor Castle that security procedures were triggered shortly after the breach and that the person did not enter any buildings.

The incident took place as the Queen celebrated Christmas Day quietly at the palace with her eldest son and heir to the throne, Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla.

The Queen typically spends Christmas at her Sandringham estate in eastern England. But last year she stayed in Windsor out of caution due to a resurgence of Covid-19 cases.

Although the attack was immediately stopped, it brought to mind a previous, more serious intrusion in 1982.

A man in his 30s broke into Queen Elizabeth’s private quarters at Buckingham Palace that time. When she was in bed before being caught by police.

A man was detained last summer after scaling the Palace’s gates.

A homeless guy ascended its walls in 2020 and spent the night there before being apprehended.



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