A man accused of causing $ 1 million worth of damage to Telstra’s telephone tower because it was equipped with 5G, which allegedly dug a hole in the backyard to imprison Daniel Andrews.
44-year-old Nathan Glover was denied bail at the Magistrates’ Court in Melbourne on Thursday night.
A police summary read by the court alleged that a man on Mount Eliza broke into Telstra Tower, about 1.5 km from his home, on an electric scooter and ignited.
Glover has denied any involvement in the October 7 arson.
The court heard that the fire caused about $ 1 million in damage and jeopardized safety by taking telecommunications offline and disabling the public’s ability to call emergency services.
Police claimed that a search of Mr. Glover’s house found magic mushrooms, cannabis, wire cutters, petrol, two samurai swords, and an electric scooter and clothing that matched the criminal’s CCTV footage.
There is also a 6m x 1.5m hole in the backyard, and Mr. Glover is said to have told police to imprison the Victorian prime minister.
Police claim that an account named “Nate Glove” in the encrypted messaging app Telegram volunteered for “special ops” in a chat group titled “Hoodlums of Melbourne Special Ops” in September.
“I’m down for a special operation, but only if I can burn something out,” the account allegedly posted.
“These 5G towers will be a great fire,” said the chat administrator.
“My idea is accurate,” said Nate Grove’s account.
He has been charged with criminal damage from a fire, possession of banned weapons, possession of cannabis, possession of addictive drugs, and crimes that can be prosecuted on bail.
“I have a family to help,” Glover said when he applied for bail without a lawyer on Thursday.
He claimed to be a victim of “smear campaign” because he opposed police atrocities in protest.
One father told the court that he was more specific and entertainer.
He will then appear on January 13th.
Nathan Glover accused of fire at 5G Telstra Tower and plots against Daniel Andrews
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