An Australian man who allegedly discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives and setting it on police pleads not guilty to four charges.
Prosecutors said on Jan.
28 that last spring 19-year-old Sevdet Ramadan Besim discussed a terrorist plot with a teenager from the UK, a 15-year-old whose name the court withheld due to his age.
The two allegedly discussed painting an ISIS symbol on a kangaroo and setting it on police.
They also allegedly planned to behead a police officer after running police over with a car.
Besim allegedly said in an online chat that he was, quote "ready to fight these dogs on there (sic) doorstep.
" Besim was allegedly planning to attack memorial services in Melbourne on ANZAC Day, a veterans holiday in Australia.
He faces charges focused around engaging in communications with the intention of plotting a terror attack and could face life in prison.
For NewsBeat Social, I'm Molly Riehl.