A court has sentenced a British man of Indian origin who tried to kill Queen Elizabeth II to nine years in prison. The incident occurred in December 2021, when a man entered the grounds of Windsor Castle with the intention of killing the Queen with a crossbow.
A man named Jaswant Singh Chail confessed to his intention to kill the queen and was sentenced to nine years in prison. He will spend part of his sentence in a psychiatric clinic, and after recovery he will be transferred to prison.
Before the attempted attack on the Queen, Chail posted a video on Snapchat in which he expressed his intention to kill the Queen in response to the Amritsar massacre that took place in 1919. In this historical event, colonial troops of the British Empire massacred civilians in Amritsar, and Elizabeth II was born after this event in 1926.
It is worth noting that Elizabeth II has been on the British throne since 1952 and became the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Her death occurred in 2022.
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