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Man planning ‘revenge’ attacks built armoury at Somerset home, court told

Reed Wischhusen, 32, allegedly plotted to use weapons at a primary school, police HQ and his workplace

A warehouse worker obsessed with mass killings built up an armoury including a submachine gun and bombs at his “quiet” Somerset home as he plotted to carry out “revenge” attacks at his old primary school, a police headquarters and his workplace, a jury has heard.

Reed Wischhusen’s targets included former classmates whom he believed had bullied him, work colleagues who laughed at him, and Avon and Somerset police officers after the force refused him a firearms licence, the court was told.

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